DOCG ItalianeWine Asti DOCG Italian WineThe name of the DOCG takes the name of the city with the largest production of Muscat grapes.
The DOCG Asti exists in two denominations Spumantizzato and Fermo. The specification provides 100% white Moscato.
The taste of DOCG Asti (or Asti Spumante) can be vinified more or less sweet. In fact we can find it Secco, Semi-sweet, Abboccato and Dolce.
Obviously the combinations are closely linked to the residual sugar and the presence of sparkling wine or not.
Wine that has a bright straw yellow color.
The nose is very fragrant and is characterized by the unmistakable musky aroma, to which are added fruity and floral notes of yellow fruit, white flowers, sage.
In the mouth it is delicately sweet and fragrant, and reconfirms the extraordinary olfactory notes.
According to its type we can choose Asti DOCG for different dishes: - traditionally combined with desserts - savory dishes: especially with spicy dishes of ethnic cuisine.
Aging is at most one year: it should be consumed early, young.
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Wine Asti DOCG Italian Wine
The name of the DOCG takes the name of the city with the largest production of Muscat grapes. The DOCG Asti exists in two denominations Spumantizzato and Fermo. The specification