Growing Conditions

The Moscato Giallo vines are cultivated with the Guyot system with vineyards located at an altitude of 400 to 450 meters above sea level, facing south / southwest and west. The soil is a mixture of sand and clay.


After a short maceration to help the aromatic extraction, the destemmed grapes are pressed. Afterwards, the must is fermented at a controlled temperature. Before being bottled the wine ages for about five months on its yeast in stainless steel tanks to enhance its aromatic potential.

Food Pairing

This wine can be beautifully presented as an aperitif or as a simple combination with light, aromatic and spicy appetizers.