Fragrant and fresh, with notes of orange, litchi, gardenia, and aromatic herbs. The palate is fresh and sapid with a finish of mint and sage.
Moscato Bianco is one of Italy’s most ancient varietals and those at La Morandina were planted over 60 years ago. All fermentation is done with indigenous yeasts, giving this Moscato d’Asti a complex depth that is devoid for the majority of this mass market category.
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