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Moscato d'Asti


Fragrant and delicate: a Moscato as energetic and valiant as San Giorgio.

Moscato d'Asti DOCG
grape variety
100% Moscato Bianco
0,75 L
production area
Castiglione Tinella (CN)
harvest period
First decade of September
vineyard and land

The vineyards are located in San Giorgio di Castiglione Tinella, in the Langhe area (Piedmont), and are characterized by mainly limestone soil with sandy veins. The average age of the vines is about 40 years: the oldest was planted in the 50s, and the youngest in 2012.

food pairings

Versatile in pairings, it is perfect as an aperitif. In complete harmony with desserts and pastry but also a perfect combination with blue cheeses.

organoleptic characteristics

Brilliant straw yellow color and fine perlage. The nose is intense and aromatic, opening to a delicate bouquet in which hints of acacia flowers, peach, and a musky aroma can be recognized. On the palate, it is sweet, elegant, and fresh thanks to its good acidity. Lingering finish of ginger and summer fruits.


After a selection of the best grapes, a soft pressing is carried out to preserve the most aromatic part, followed by natural cold settling. The must is stored in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of -3 °C. The alcoholic fermentation occurs in an autoclave and, upon reaching about 5% vol., is interrupted by rapid refrigeration. In order to preserve its fragrant aromaticity and freshness, the Moscato does not undergo malolactic fermentation; after sterile filtration, it is cold bottled.

Exergia, everything the environment can offer

By the Exergia of a system, we mean the maximum work obtainable from the system-environment interaction. Exactly what happens to our Moscato: the primary radiant energy from the sun is transformed into wind, rain, heat, chlorophyll synthesis, leaves, – finally – a bunch of grapes. From radiant energy to the cluster, which represents the Exergia.

Pinot Nero

SG ‘67

A powerful Pinot Nero, coming from our oldest vineyard, planted in 1967.

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