Name: South Tyrol Moscato Giallo DOC
Its varietal character produces a highly intensive scent and taste, reminiscent of very ripe fruit with nutmeg notes. Its discreet natural residual sweetness and pleasant acidity make it a popular aperitif wine.
Location and characteristics of the soil: on clay and sandy soils above St. Pauls (350 - 450 m a.s.l.)
Vine training system: Guyot
Fermentation: slow fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel followed by maturation on fine yeast for 5 - 7 months, no malolactic fermentation
Recommended pairings: Aperitif, desserts, ripe blue cheeses
Serving temperature: 6° - 8°C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
This wine prevails with its intensive, unmistakable taste and its racy character. It is an excellent aperitif, also an ideal accompaniment for fish, seafood and spicy or rich appetizers.
An intense bouquet of nettle and elderflower and a fresh lively flavour are typical qualities of this wine. The mineral nature and fresh acidity balance out in the aromas.