TIPOLOGY Oltrepo Pavese
GRAPE VARIETIES muscat
IN THE GLASS sweet, lively
Harvest takes place towards mid September when it reaches
a high sugar level.
The grapes are pressed and the must obtained remains in
contact with the skins at very low temperature for 12 hours.
After racking the must is cooled and put to rest into stainless
steel tanks. The fermentation is thermostatically controlled;
once the wines start to spume it is then put into bottles.
Straw yellow with golden reflections, the intense and fragrant
floral aromas are marked with apricot and peach blossoms.
A delicate persuasive sweetness.
The most famous of all are the traditional Christmas ‘Panettone
of Milan’ and the ‘Pandoro of Verona’.
Included in this category are also all kinds of sponge based
cakes and biscuits, also fruit and fruit salads enjoy Muscat’s