ASTI & Moscato d’ASTI Docg

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Following the recognition of Asti Spumante's "Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin (DOCG)" status in 1993, a distinction was established between ASTI and MOSCATO d'ASTI, both made from the same varietal. MOSCATO d'ASTI DOCG is one of the most characteristic products of Piedmontese wine-making. The wine has a distinctively intense musky aroma of the grapes it is made from, a delicate flavour that is reminiscent of wisteria and linden, peach and apricot, with hints of sage, lemon and orange blossom. It has some residual sugar and a low alcohol content.

MOSCATO d’ASTI DOCG is not a sparkling wine, as it only undergoes partial fermentation in pressure tanks. Fermentation is terminated when an alcohol content of about 5% by vol. is reached. The use of cold chain technology in the production process means the aromas and flavours of the grapes are preserved and the product can be stabilised, ready for storage and transportation.

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