Olim Bauda Moscato d'Asti Centive 2006

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Grape variety: Moscato 100%. bottiglia_moscato_asti.jpg Vineyard: grapes are grown on the "Centive" farmhouse vineyards located in Fontanile. Harvest takes place in the second week of September. Tasting notes: it has a characteristic straw colour. Its intense bouquet is aromatic and shows golden apple, pineapple and honey aromas. To the palate it is fresh and fragrant, as sweetness and acidity are properly balanced. The carbon dioxide fine development makes it slightly creamy, with an elegant and persistent close. Vinitification: after being left with skins for a few hours at low temperature, the must is separated. After clarification and a first filtering, the must is left to macerate at low temperature in small stainless steel autoclaves. During fermentation foam is removed. To stop fermentation, the must is cooled and before bottling it undergoes microfiltering again. Bottling is carried out in November, two months after harvest. Wine release: it begins at the end of November of the same year of the harvest. Best to sell in the first 2 years. Alcohol content: Alcohol 5.5%

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Tenuta Olim Bauda:
When an activity like wine making – poetical and practical at the same time – is passed down from father to son for four generations, not only are inherited land and experience but also passion, and loving care . These, along with knowledge and learning, are the basic elements of a glass of wine great. The Estate was first managed by great grand-father Giacinto, then by grand father Giovanni, a... Read more
When an activity like wine making – poetical and practical at the same time – is passed down from father to son for four generations, not only are inherited land and experience but also passion, and loving care . These, along with knowledge and learning, are the basic elements of a glass of wine great. The Estate was first managed by great grand-father Giacinto, then by grand father Giovanni, and finally by Agostino, father of Dino, Diana and Gianni, who now are at the helm of it. Since 1998, Dino has been in charge of the vineyards and production, Diana of the administration, and Gianni of the commercial and customer relations aspects . Year after year, the three Bertolino brothers have studied the wine-making process carefully and learnt all its secrets. Now they offer well-known wines of superb and appreciated quality. They are currently supported in their activities by agronomist Federico Curtaz, and oenologist Giuseppe Caviola. Read less

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Snooth User: keisari
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12/26/2011

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Grape variety: Moscato 100%. bottiglia_moscato_asti.jpg Vineyard: grapes are grown on the "Centive" farmhouse vineyards located in Fontanile. Harvest takes place in the second week of September. Tasting notes: it has a characteristic straw colour. Its intense bouquet is aromatic and shows golden apple, pineapple and honey aromas. To the palate it is fresh and fragrant, as sweetness and acidity are properly balanced. The carbon dioxide fine development makes it slightly creamy, with an elegant and persistent close. Vinitification: after being left with skins for a few hours at low temperature, the must is separated. After clarification and a first filtering, the must is left to macerate at low temperature in small stainless steel autoclaves. During fermentation foam is removed. To stop fermentation, the must is cooled and before bottling it undergoes microfiltering again. Bottling is carried out in November, two months after harvest. Wine release: it begins at the end of November of the same year of the harvest. Best to sell in the first 2 years. Alcohol content: Alcohol 5.5%

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