White Moscato is an ancient vine from the eastern basin of the Mediterranean peninsula. The spread of these grapes is due to the particular sweet taste that was obtained by letting them dry. From the fourteenth century aromatic sweet wine became very valued and, thanks mainly to the businesses that Venice had in the eastern Mediterranean spread to the Italian peninsula with the name of “Greek wine”.
In the vineyard
It is grown in pergola abruzzese with low production yeald on loose soils, tending to calcareous.
Color: Straw yellow with greenish hues.
Aromas: Floral spring flowers with yellow fruit hints.
Taste: Rich, full-bodied with a surprising fresh.
It fits perfectly with every kind of salami, crustacean fishes and with all kind of Mediterranean pasta.