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Olim Bauda 2019 Tenuta Olim Bauda Moscato d'Asti Centive
2019 Tenuta Olim Bauda Moscato d'Asti Centive €11,40

2019 Tenuta Olim Bauda Moscato d'Asti Centive

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Very delicate Moscato
Slightly sparkling and slightly sweet
Refreshing and uplifting
Delicious with fruit salads, light desserts

 

Tasting note Olim Bauda Moscato d'Asti

 
Elegant, aromatic and fresh light pearling wine with a refined aroma of nutmeg and some honey. The taste is soft and fresh with a soft mousse and develops semi-sweet.
 
 
Description
 
The popularity of Moscato has increased enormously in recent years. Therefore, much more is produced than before. Many of the wines are not particularly good or exciting. All the more striking in the huge range is this particularly delicate Moscato d'Asti from our Barbera producer Tenuta Olim Bauda.

This remarkable quality is not entirely surprising. Passion and dedication are of paramount importance in this family domain. It is no coincidence that brothers and sister Dino, Gianni and Diana have in recent years gained recognition from the international wine press with their Barberas. And also the Moscato is taken very seriously here.


The grapes are harvested and selected in early September. Then they are lightly bruised and the skins stay with the juice for several hours. The fermentation takes place in closed stainless steel tanks, so that the carbon dioxide released during fermentation remains in the wine. When the wine has reached the correct alcohol percentage, the wine is cooled to stop the fermentation process.

Although Moscato is pre-eminently known as a wine for young drinking, the Bertolino family discovered that it used to be common practice to bottle-bottle Moscato in underground cellars. They started to experiment and are enthusiastic about the result. Drink this Moscato from a few months after bottling, to possibly even five or six years later, if stored properly, of course.
 
Drink with
Great with fine, not too pronounced desserts.
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