Friday, October 16, 2020


glass of moscato

CHAPTER 21 – After

The wine, of course, was Moscato d’Asti
moscato glass

A world without Moscato d’Asti DOCG? (Unimaginable)

A world without Moscato d'Asti DOCG. It's hard to imagine, isn't it?
sparkling moscato

CHAPTER 20 – Forever

Found and Lost

Moscato d’Asti for New Year’s Day

It's a wonderful way to start the new year on a sweet note.


Happy Holidays! “The Sweetness of Life”

Happy Holidays, everyone! Merry Christmas! And Happy New Year!

CHAPTER 18 – Interrupted

A Pause, in the Clouds
Ice Moscato

Moscato d’Asti: Keep it fresh!

Thanksgiving's behind us and Christmas and New Year's Eve are right around the corner.

CHAPTER 17 – Collision

Try to Breathe

The Best Piedmont Wine: Asti Muscat Docg

Since the introduction of the docg “Asti” classification, the two historic types – Asti and Moscato d’Asti – have been differentiated right from the vineyard. Sweet but not overly so, with the inimitable musky aroma of the original grape, delicate and intense, recalling lime trees and wisteria, peaches and apricots with trace of sage, lemon and orange blossom, Moscato d’Asti Docg is one of the most characteristic products of Piedmontese wine-growing and production. Produced almost exclusively by small and medium enterprises or cooperative cellars which transform only the harvest of their own vineyards, today Moscato d’Asti has reached extraordinary levels of quality thanks to the widespread use of modern wine-making technology. Read More

The Best Italian Sparkling Wine: Asti Docg

Asti Docg comes exclusively from the only grape, the white Muscat, which can generate a delicate and intense, fragrant and persistent sparkling wine. The peculiarities of this wine, well-known to viticulture in the past, are exalted by the climatic and geographical characteristics of the area of production. Indeed, according to the deepest knowledge of the interactions between vine and environment, the best results in acid and sugar are reached on limestone terrain, like the Asti Docg area of production, and in environments with a micro-climate typical of its hilly zones. It is precisely the precious aromatic substances (linalool) produced by the white Muscat grape in the final weeks before harvesting which reach their maximum… Read More