Straw yellow, stand outs for its aromatic personality and elegance. The bouquet presents floral notes of magnolia, orange blossom, fruity nose of peaches, yellow fruit, citrus fruit and aromatic herbs. Softness and richness on the palate thanks to a well-balanced acidity and a tasty closure that makes the final complex and pleasant at the same time. Elegant and very persistent, versatile in its pairing. Ideal for batter vegetables, soups based with pumpkin, legumes and mushrooms, risotto and first courses with peas, asparagus and with spontaneous erbs in general, together with white meat and fresh cheeses.
Grapes: Yellow Muscat 100%
Vineyards Location: Paduan Hills
Grape harvest: from the second to the last week of September. Picked by hand using crates.
Vinification: destemming without breaking the grape berries. Differentiated maceration from 1 to 3 days depending on the aroma quality of the grapes. Light pressing, cold static settling and aroma impregnation for one week at 0°C. Fermentation start up with thermal control set to 16°C. Ageing on yeasts until late Spring, filtering and bottling with in-the-bottle.
Ageing: 6 months in the bottle
Alcohol content: 12,5% vol.
Residual sugar content: 1 gr/l
Overall acidity: 5,5 gr/l
PH level: 3,38
Dry extract: 21 gr/l
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Nestled in the Euganean Hills, a group of volcanic rolling, cone-shape slopes that rise above the Padovan-Venetian plane, is one of the region's fastest emerging leaders in top quality wine production – Maeli. The winery is directed by winemaker Elisa Dilavanzo, who has drawn new energy from the support given by Gianluca and Desiderio Bisol. With their vision, Elisa has been encouraged to search for new expressions in a grape variety, Moscato Giallo, that still has so much to reveal. The variety of the land, the steepness of the hills, the varying exposition of the vineyards and the peculiarities of the micro-climate motivate Elisa to continue to explore and research every aspect of winemaking in this unique land and ancient varietal.