Petalo Moscato sweet sparkling wine BOTTEGA
White Muscat is an aromatic vine whose name derives from "muscum" (moss). It was the Greeks who cultivated these grapes and also exported them to the colonies of Magna Graecia located in southern Italy. The spread of this vine in the north took place in the Middle Ages mainly by the Venetians and their trade with the Mediterranean islands. With an explosive but at the same time elegant bouquet, the Petalo Vino dell'Amore Moscato BOTTEGA is characterized by a non-cloying sweetness, a moderate alcohol content and a typical hint of pink that evokes the image of the petals imprinted on the label.
Color and Appearance
Straw yellow, with fine and persistent perlage.
The nose is wide, intense and at the same time delicate, with floral notes of rose, wisteria and wildflowers, with fruity notes of yellow peach, apricot and citrus and with a pleasant hint of sage in the finish.
Fragrant, velvety and pleasantly sweet, it is characterized on the palate by an intense and persistent aromaticity that recalls the olfactory notes and has a good acidity able to give freshness and support the high sugar residue.
Perfect for toasting on the occasion of parties and special events, it is able to accompany the main desserts of Italian and international cuisine and also goes well with aged cheeses.