Pio Cesare - Moscato d'Asti 2013 75cl Bottle

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Pio Cesare - Moscato d'Asti 2013
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75cl Bottle
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Pio Cesare has harvested grapes for their Moscato from a few select vineyards in the village of Treiso and Madonna di Como for over a hundred years.

The vintage date is carefully chosen in order to get the maximum ripening of these grapes, as evident a beautiful rusty gold colour. Harvest usually begins in the last week of Ocotber.

Soft pressing followed by slow fermentation at a low temperature and bottling commences in March.

The Moscato d'Asti is a sweet wine, rich in fruit scents, soft and alluring.

It is a clear, bright glossy gold yellow colour with a ripe fruit and acacia flower bouquet.

On the palate, the wine is soft and sweet, but with a definite strength.



Category(s):     Dessert Wine

Producer: Pio Cesare   -   www.piocesare.it
ABV:   5.5%
Brand:   Pio Cesare
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   Fruits
Vintage:   2013

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Producer Information

This historic family-owned estate is named after its founder Cesare Pio, who established the business in 1881. It is based in Alba in the heart of the Piemonte region, nestled between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. The surrounding hills provide a handful of ideal exposures for grape growing with unique micro-climates. The confluence of cold Alpine air with warm maritime moisture regularly creates a misty glow, or 'nebbia', over these foothills, hence Nebbiolo, the great red variety of the region.

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