Reversanti Moscato D'Asti - Piedmont, Italy
Reversanti Moscato D'Asti - Piedmont, Italy

Reversanti Moscato D'Asti 2020 - Piedmont, Italy

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86/100 Cellar Tracker (2015 Vintage)

The Winemaker “Full and slightly frizzy, bursting with a mixture of candy fruit flavours and sage making it a deliciously drinkable and highly enjoyable white Moscato wine. A very well-balanced sweet wine with zesty freshness.”

Vinho Magazine "Incredibly aromatic and fruity bouquet with floral and honey notes combined with the natural sweetness of the Moscato grape. The grapes are grown in vineyards located on the hills in the heart of Piedmont, in the Langhe region. A delicate and fragrant wine, with low alcohol content, light, sweet flavor and very refreshing. Perfect to accompany desserts such as fruit cake, mille-feuille with vanilla cream and fresh fruit."

Reversanti Estate vineyards are located in Castiglione Falletto, Barolo, La Morra, and the Barbaresco commune in Piedmont. The winery focuses on showcasing each terroir to highlight the nuances of the crus of Piedmont. Owned by internationally acclaimed wine entrepreneurs, Neil and Maria Empson and their daughter Tara. New Zealander, Neil's family family cultivated some of the first vineyards in Marlborough. The Epsoms now own wineries in Italy, New Zealand, Chile and Spain partnering with boutique producers who are known for their enological excellence and value.

Piedmont (Piemonte) enjoys an unrivalled seat among the world's very finest wine regions. It is home to more DOCG wines than any other Italian region, among them such well known and respected names as Barolo, Barbaresco, and Barbera d'Asti. Although famous for its austere, tannic, and floral red wines made from Nebbiolo, Piedmont's greatest success story in the past decade has been sweet, white, sparkling Moscato d'Asti.

Moscato d'Asti is a sweet, lightly sparkling, low-alcohol wine from Piedmont, north-western Italy. The wine is made from Moscato grapes grown in vineyards near the town of Asti and falls under Italy's highest category of production: DOCG. It is one of Italy's most famous and popular wines.