Asti Martini Champagne is a common misnomer for the Italian sparkling wine Asti Martini. In fact, Asti Martini is made using technology that is completely different from the French technique, and is based on incomplete fermentation. The product is not fully fermented so that it can retain the natural flavour of grapes. That is why Asti Martini has an aromatic taste with an optimal sweetness and nice little sparkles. The sweet taste of Asti Martini is gastronomically perfect with fruits, ice cream, desserts and mild cheeses. For best consumption, it is recommended to cool the wine to 6-8 degrees C.
Asti Martini was introduced to the market in 1863. Today, this wine from Piedmont is extremely popular around the globe. The sigils of the Portuguese, Spanish and Italian kingdoms on the Asti Martini label serve as a recommendation, since Asti Martini has been distributed through those kingdoms. Just like Asti Mondoro, Asti Martini is produced from muscat grapes, with white muscat being a base of production. The grapes must be ripe, but not overripe, so that they are able to produce wine of the highest quality.
It is not surprising that Asti Martini has been nominated for the DOCG category. The combination of price and quality of this wine is pleasantly astonishing. That being said, today Asti Martini is available to not only the kings, but to any champagne enthusiast. If you are interested in a particular Asti Martini price, you can find all the information in this online catalog, or alternatively you can call our consultants to find the best way to buy Asti Martini.