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Oro Piemonte Moscato Passito DOC 2006 0.5l

La Spinetta

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Passito Oro, a traditional prized wine from Piedmont, is made exclusively from 100% Moscato grapes. The aging in oak barriques can last several years.

Characterised by a distinctive golden colour, this sweet passito transmits a glowing haze of honey, ginger and lemon zest aromas. On the palate it weaves the sweetest and richest sensations, and then reveals the pleasures of its acidity and an enduring finale. Alcohol: 11% vol.

Excels in the company of cheese, unsurpassable with chocolate-based desserts.

SKU 71815
Manufacturer La Spinetta
Prodotto in Italy
Region Piemonte
Price/L €79.60 / l
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Manufacturer History

When Giovanni Rivetti left Piedmont in 1890 to emigrate to Argentina, he carried a dream with him: to make enough money to return to Italy and dedicate himself to winemaking. Although his dream didn't quite come true directly, his son Giuseppe did eventually carry it out. In 1977, Giuseppe established himself in La Spinetta, in the township of Castagnole Lanze near Asti, in Piedmont, an area renowned for its strong Moscato tradition. And Moscato was the first wine made by the Rivetti family. But they had no intention of stopping there: by 1985 they were producing excellent red wines, from Barbera to Barbaresco to Barolo. In 2001 an ambitious decision was taken: the company expanded with the purchase of vineyards in Tuscany, translating the same principles and enthusiasm into the production of different kinds of typical wines.

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