Moscato d'Asti DOCG - Vigna La Bra
Grape-variety: 100% Moscato d'Asti
Growing location, altitude and soil: The Langhe (Piedmont), at an altitude of between 200 a 350 metres. The slightly clayey, calcareous white marl soil is of marine origin.
Wine-making method: The grapes are crushed and pressed immediately after picking. The must is then chilled at a temperature of 0°C until the wine is bottled.
Maturing and ageing in the bottle: The wine is released immediately after bottling.
Description of product: Straw-yellow, with a fruity, aromatic nose, this wine's fresh, sweet, and slightly spritzy taste make it very easy to drink.
Bottles produced: Approx. 6,000 bottles are produced in appropriate vintages.
Yield per hectare: The yield in grapes of 8000 kg/ha is equivalent to 56 Hl of wine.