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Giacomo Scagliola has been cultivating the prestigious grape Moscato di Canelli grapes since 1945. After 50 years the attention for the vineyards is always the same, while the winemaking techniques have been integrated with new technologies introduced by Alessandro and Flavio Scagliola.


Grape types
Moscato bianco di Canelli.

Grapes are pressed, immediately after the harvesting, at room temperature, with no chemical clarifiers; after 24 hours the must is decanted and the dregs are centrifuged and put into vats at controlled temperature (0° C).

Main features
Straw yellow colour with a delicate melted drop;  fine scent with notes of moss, sage and fruit; the taste is fresh, solft and well balanced.

Hazelnut cakes, blue cheeses such as gorgonzola, rosemary focaccia or cured meat.

Service temperature
10 – 12° C  (50° F- 54° F)

About.. Moscato.

Moscato is an aromatic wine recognised with the AOC denomination and it is produced in 52 municipalities spread around the provinces of Alesandria, Asti and Cuneo. It can be tasted still or sparkling and its alcohol content is included between 4.5 and 6.5%. Its particular sweetness is due to a partial fermentation of the sugar contained in the grapes.

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