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A "frizzante" wine, it presents a very light sparkling side to the attack on the palate. It is off-dry and aromatic with typical muscat aromas.
Little alcoholic (5 °), it is a real treat.

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Emilio Vada


Moscato d'Asti DOCG

Italie - Piémont


This family owned property is located in Coazzolo, a small picturesque town near the border between Monferrato and the Langhe. In addition to Moscato d'Asti, Emilio Vada grows small amounts of Dolcetto d'Alba and Langhe Nebbiolo. The wine produced by the estate is an expression of the terroir and the history of the region.


Grape varieties:

100% small grain muscat (cannelli muscat).

Tasting Notes:

A "frizzante" wine, it presents a very light sparkling side to the attack in the mouth. This wine has a straw color and an intense bouquet with notes of peach and apricot. On the palate, it is off-dry and aromatic with typical muscat aromas. This cuvée of great aromatic freshness.
Far from the big volume brands producing Moscato d'Asti, low in alcohol (5 °), it is a real delicacy of great delicacy.

Wine style:

Semi-dry and fruity frizzy (slightly effervescent) white wine.

Food and wine :

Apricot tart from Roussillon. Crispy veal sweetbread with crayfish and Thai sauce.

Aging potential in your cellar:

3 years

Analytic :

75 cl - 5.0% volume

Contains sulfites

Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.

"The consumption of alcoholic beverages during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can have serious consequences on the health of the child".

Country : Italy
Region: Vin du Piémont
Naming of wines : Moscato d'Asti, Walking bianco
Color : White wine, Bubble sparkling champagne
Type of farming: conventional agriculture
Vintage : 2021
Keep : 3 year guard potential
Style of wines : Vivid and deep effervescent white wine, Semi-dry and fruity white wine
Grapes: Muscat Petit Grain

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