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Spec sheet

TypeSemi-sparkling sweet wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti5.5%

The wine

Ceretto is one of the biggest names in Barolo, but not only. The bond with the land, the traditional style, technological innovation and the gradual conversion to organic farming at Ceretto involve all the denominations in the lower Piedmont region. Among these, Moscato d'Asti naturally stands out, which the family has managed to turn into an iconic product, a symbol of quality at the best price.

The unusual and daring shape of the bottle, designed in the 1990s by Giacomo Bersanetti, makes this Moscato d'Asti immediately recognisable. Bersanetti's creative genius is also responsible for the label showing a crescent moon of light yellow colour, a tribute to the typical straw colour of Moscato and to the Monferrato writer Cesare Pavese, author of the famous novel La luna e i falò (The moon and the bonfires).

The nose is intense, aromatic, fruity, as befits an excellent Moscato d'Asti. The notes are textbook: sage, aromatic herbs, peach, passion fruit, but there are also mineral puffs, candied scents and a slight balsamic note. The sweet and aromatic flavour, in balance with the low alcohol content, and a pleasant freshness, make this label a versatile and pleasant solution both for dessert and for an unusual creamy and appetizing aperitif.

What does this wine taste like?

Light
Bold
Smooth
Tannic
Dry
Sweet
Soft
Acidic
View
Straw yellow
Bouquet
White-fleshed peaches / Apple / Rose petals / Speziato
Mouth
Sweet / Leggiadro / Creamy / Pleasant

Drinking and storing

Serve between 4ºC and 6ºC

Food pairing

dulces-y-pasteles
Sweet desserts and cakes

Torta di nocciole / Baci di dama / Frollini / Pandoro

Ratings and awards

202092 SK
SK: Suckling

Customer reviews

4.9/5
27 reviews
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