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Other Italian Wines

Placido Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Rich in tradition and rooted in nobility, Placido is a nod to the heritage and legacy of Count Placido. A 13th century Tuscan nobleman, Placido dei Placidi was the hero of the epic “Battle of Montaperti” between Florence and Siena. For his valor, he was awarded a vast estate where winemaking soon became an important part of the culture. The passion he developed for wine and food remains the inspiration for Placido today.

Moscato Bianco:100%
Tech Info
Alcohol :5.2% Vol
Total Acidity :6.3 g/l
Residual Sugar:127 g/l
Size(s):750ml 80516 75004 0
Pack(s):750ml 6pk
Soil and Origin
Soil:Silty-calcareous soil with grey and light blue tufaceous marlstone.
Origin:Provincia di Asti, Piedmont, Italy
Tasting Notes
Intense and fruity aroma typical of Muscat with hints of acacia flowers and citrus peel.
Sweet and fresh, with hints of honey and peaches in syrup.
Food Pairing:
Pairs perfectly with a wide range of desserts including jam tarts, cheesecakes and cookies.
Moscato d’Asti also pairs well with salami, hard cheeses, spicy dishes and shellfish.
The hand-picked grapes are de-stemmed, crushed and softly pressed. The must is then cooled to 41°F and left to decant overnight in stainless-steel tanks, then fi ltered and stored at 32°F. It is then The temperature is then brought to 61°F and selected yeasts are added to start a temperature-controlled fermentation, until approximately 5 alcoholic degrees and 1.8 bars of pressure are obtained. The fermentation is stopped by lowering the temperature to 32°F and immediate filtration follows.