The advent of Moscato d'Asti in the 1880s forever changed the way the world consumed and perceived sparkling wine
Moscato d'Asti soil types are part of what makes the wines so distinctive. Like nearly every set of official appellation regulations in Italy, the specifications...
As required by the Moscato d'Asti DOCG appellations regulations, all grapes for Moscato d'Asti must be grown on hillsides and in soil types that are typically found in those hills.
But among the sea of Moscato varieties there is none that rivals Moscato Bianco, otherwise known as Moscato di Canelli
Moscato d'Asti, its origins and its future, represent an unexplored frontier in the ongoing Italian wine renaissance.