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Behind the grape Barbera, Moscato Bianco is the second most planted grape in the greater Piedmont’s vineyards accounting for ~20% of vines. The grape was originally planted by the Greeks in Southern Italy 2000 years ago. In the 1300’s the vine was planted in the Piedmont.
Moscato is know for its highly perfumed nose with notes of honey and citrus blossom. While normally sweet, Moscato d’Asti is refreshing because of its low alcohol, high acidity, and effervescence.