Everything you want in Moscato and nothing you don’t.
The DeForville’s have been working traditionally in Barbaresco since 1860. All grapes are hand harvested and aged in stainless steel before bottling. White florals, citrus, sweet and savory. And don’t forget the bubbles! The vineyards are located in the commune of Castagnole Lanze, at their farmhouse “Cascina Buc”.
Not your grandmother’s Moscato. No offense Grandma.
Among dessert wines, Moscato d'Asti is the wine that better express the features of the soil in the Asti area. The grapes come from the vineyards of their farmhouse “Cascina Buc” located in Castagnole Lanze, but are processed in Barbaresco. Fruity and floral perfume and taste.
Intense fragrant nose with floral notes that recall lemon and lime-tree. Enticing notes of yellow fruits like peach and apricot. Sweet (but not in a cloying way), fresh and slightly sparkling with balanced acidity and low alcohol content.