Grimaldi Moscato d'Asti DOCG

Moscato d'Asti DOCG 2019

Grimaldi Moscato d'Asti DOCG from Piedmont, Italy, offers notes of orange blossom, peach, and sage. Perfect as an aperitif or with desserts, it blends sweetness and acidity with a smooth finish.
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Country Italy
Region Piemonte , Asti
Appellation Moscato d'Asti DOCG
Vintage 2019
Grapes Moscato
Serving Temperature Best enjoyed at 8-10°C
Drinking Window Drink now
Alcohol 5.1%

What does this wine taste like

Tree fruits
peach nectarine
Tropical fruits
orange citrus
General aging

Food that goes well with this wine

Wine and Food Pairing
Dessert Appetizers
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Piemonte, Italy

This region in the northwestern part of Italy is surrounded by the Alps, and offers a variety of different vineyard elevations and a cool, continental climate.

Piemontese wine culture is reminiscent of Burgundy, in France, due to the intertwining of food and wine in the region, and the long ageing potential of its red wines. The cool weather and frequent cloud cover in the region help maintain high acid levels in the grapes, meaning the wines keep many years.

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