Sparkling wine Vigna Senza Nome Moscato d'Asti DOCG 2007
Wine bright straw-yellow color.
The wine has an elegant, sweet taste with rich tones of grapes and a long finish.
The wine has an incredibly fresh, complex flavor with hints of fresh fruit, rose, orange blossom and musk.
The wine goes well with fruit and fruit desserts, cakes with hazelnuts, cakes and cheeses. This is a drink for any time of day, perfect thirst-quenching.
Viña Moscato d'Asti Sentsa Nome - it is white and sparkling wine, which is made from the aromatic Muscat. This variety has been well known in the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Wine from grapes Muscatellum, as it was then called nutmeg, was a drink on the feasts of the ancient Romans. According to the latest research it is this variety was the first grape variety that man began to cultivate.
Muscat wine Viña Moscato d'Asti Sentsa Nome harvested from vineyards with southern exposure, where the average age of the vines is about 30 years.
Rather complicated process begins with a short vinification maceration for several hours, followed by horizontal presses juicing and cooled to 0 ° C - do to prevent premature fermentation. Fermentation takes place in an autoclave at a temperature of 16 ° C for 20 days. Upon reaching 5.5% of alcohol fermentation is blocked by cooling the wort to a temperature of -4 ° C, then held his microfiltration and bottling.
The result is an elegant and easy drink surprising connoisseurs all over the world!
Company founder Braida, Giacomo Bologna, known primarily by the fact that thanks to him, it became clear - Piedmont Barbera variety can serve as a basis for creating the greatest wines in the world. Today Barbera - one of the most common varieties of the region. As the son of a winemaker, Giacomo Bologna created in 1961, a small company in the province of Asti Braida, in Piedmont. By the early 80s the company has already produced three stellar wine: Uchellone , Bricaud della Bigotta and Ai Suma. Thanks to the care of plants and aging in small French barriques, Bologna was able to shake the wine world, creating a rich and complex wines from varieties that were previously considered only subsidiary.
Today the company is successfully managing Anna, widow of Giacomo, and their children Raffaella and Giuseppe.