The Moscato vines Scanzo, partially grown espalier pruned Guyot and partly trained by simple pergoletta, grow on media formats by thin turbidites (Sandstone and Pelite), facing south, Southwest with altitude varying between 200 Hey 300 m s.l.m. Production per plant 2-3 Kg; Manual harvest in boxes 2-3 Kg.
Withering to 30-35 days in a fruit with grapes hanging on to the wires forced ventilation or cassette in thermo fruttaio, diraspapigiatura traditional vinification of grapes, fermentation at controlled temperature (25°-28°C) in stainless steel tanks, maceration 15-18 days 2 replacements / punching to say, maturation in stainless steel or concrete cask, bottling, then bottled in glass containers for about 3-5 months.
Description of the wine
The Scanzo Moscato shows a deep ruby red color and an intense and harmonious bouquet with hints of rose, sage and jam up to the cinnamon and the incense. The taste is pleasantly sweet but very harmonious and very persistent.
Dry pastries, sometimes you can be combined with chocolate. Also excellent with blue cheeses such sweet gorgonzola.