Nicely intense yellow in colour, fragrant and aromatic bouquet with light notes of mandarin, grapefruit, white peach, flowers and sage. Refreshing taste, sweet and aromatic on the palate. This wine pairs well with the desserts of the best Italian tradition. We recommend it also for more daring pairings and more intense flavours: certain cheeses that are not overly seasoned, salami and figs, or as an aperitif. Some venture as far as grilled prawns. After all, in the olden days a typical snack of our household was bread, tuma cheese (made with sheep’s milk) and Moscato.
100% Moscato Bianco
Location Trezzo Tinella Cascina Fiori, Plot 6, Sub-plots 150, 152, 151
Characteristics 300 meters above sea level, southeastern exposure, 2.7 x 0.8 meters spacing, 4,700 vines/hectare density, Guyot upward-trained vertical-trellised training system.
Age 15 years
Size 1 hectare
Yield 70 quintals/hectare
Harvesting period First 10 days of September
Production 4,000 bottles
Vinification / Maturing Manual harvesting into crates, destemming-crushing, cold maceration for 12 hours, pressing of the must and static clarification at around 80C for 48 hours. Fermentation in stainless steel and interruption of the fermentation using cold. Bottling in November and release on the market.
Sensory characteristics Beautifully intense yellow color, fragrant and aromatic bouquet with light floral hints, and fresh, sweet and aromatic on the palate. A young, fresh, light and perfumed wine, well-matched with the best Italian desserts.
Notes Moscato Bianco (white Muscat) is a grape variety with ancient origins, appreciated even by the ancient Roman
|Poderi e Cantine Oddero is a historical brand among Barolo producers. The winery’s roots go back to the end of the 18th century when our ancestors began to make wine under their own name. The wine cellars, located in the frazione Santa Maria of La Morra, are raised up on a natural terrace and overlook the hills of the Langhe. Immersed in a sea of beautifully tended vineyards, our winery cultivates 35 hectares of the best cru of the Langhe and Asti territories to make some of Piedmont’s most renown wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, Langhe Nebbiolo, Dolcetto d’Alba, Barbera d’Alba, Barbera d’Asti, and Moscato. Traditional knowledge and modern production techniques. Tenacity, patience, and respect for our territory and its raw materials. Making wine means attending to every last detail, from winter to spring pruning, from thinning to harvest, from pressing to fermentation and a long aging time. Quality reveals itself in the details.