Harvest operations begin on Sept. 10th-17th and end three-four days later.
After soft pressing, vinification consists of a cold-storage phase, followed by fermentation and, eventually, by the development of effervescence in a pressure tank for up to 30 days. The end of this phase coincides with bottling.
The wine is characterized by moss and sage hues as well as by the typical palatal persistence of Canelli�s Muscats.
Scents of orange blossom, golden apples and pears, and, occasionally, bell peppers.
Thanks to late bottling, it remains fresh and fragrant for a long time, with a positive development of the bouquet throughout the first year.
A perfect match for biscuits, non-creamy pastry and fruit, it combines unexpectedly but successfully with fresh cold cuts and long-fermenting cheeses.
Serving temperature: 9-11�C.