From the suppliers of top Michelin restaurants in Britain, this stunning wine will not disappoint you.
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Type: White, Moscato d'Asti D.O.C.G.
Production area: Neive, Langhe, Piedmont
Annual production: 10,000 bottles
Name: Gallina and Marcorino
Sub-region: Gallina and Marcorino
Exposure: East and South-West
Area: 1,06 Ha
Type of soil: Calcareous marl
Average years old: 5 and 25 years
Training system: Guyot
Period: End of august
Method: Manual, in small boxes drilled
Production/hectar: 9 T/Ha
Maceration duration: A few hours, before fermentation, in a protected atmosphere by dry ice
Fermentation mode: In stainless steel autoclaves, using yeast selected.
Fermentation Temperature: 18°C
Fermentation Length: 10 days
Bottle Ageing: One month after bottling, in our cellars.
Colour: Straw yellow with greenish reflections.
Nose: Fruity aroma bery intense and persistent, remembers peach and the sage.
Taste: An explosion of freshness and pleasure: the right acidity, low alcohol and sugar in large quantities make it the king of the sweet wines of Piedmont.
Food Pairing: It's the classic dessert wine; gives the maximum of himself with dry pastry. Recommended: hazelnut cake with "zabajone".
Potential Ageing: 2 years, if well preserved.
Alcohol: 5% vol.
Residual Sugar: 130 g/lt
Acidity: 5.30 - 5.40 g /lt
pH: 3.05 - 3.1
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Produced by: Castello di Neive
Serving temperature: 10 to 12° C
Sold by: FortyFive10
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