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Passito di Moscato DOC “Pastù Tardì”

Denomination: Piedmont Moscato Passito DOC
Varietal: Moscato
Altitude: 250 – 400 mt above sea level
Terroir: calcareous – marne
Age of the vineyards: 3540 years
Training system: Guyot
Plant density: 5000 plants per hectare
Production per hectare: 30 quintals
Grape to wine yield: 45%
Alcoholic Fermentation: stainless steel at 1314° C
Malolactic Fermentation: completed
Maturation: two years in barrels and then six months in bottle
Color: intense golden yellow
Bouquet: intensely and persistently aromatic, hints of acacia honey,

preserves and candied fruit give way to the development of sweet, spicy notes.
Flavor: profoundly sweet in mouth with balanced acidity. The intensity, persistence and harmony of this wine excite the palate.
Alcohol percentage: 13,00% vol.
Residual sugar: 140 g/lt.
Total acidity: 6,10 g/lt.
pH: 3,45
Dry extract: 187 g/lt.
Serving temperature: 1214°C
Food Pairings: a must with cheese from medium to aged to blue ad well structured. nice with dry pastries.
Winemaker: Riccardo Cotarella.

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