Ruffino - Moscato d'Asti - D.O.C.G. - Vin Santo of Chianti - Ruffino Estates - Spirits

The first phase of Moscato production is a traditional white vinification. The second stage uses the Charmat method for secondary fermentation in tanks, the wine is bottled under pressure to produce fine, slightly sparkling bubbles and to preserve the fresh and fruity characteristics of the Moscato Bianco grapes.

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Package 750 ml
Certifications D.O.C.
Region Tuscany
Nation Italy

Description

Ruffino - Since 1877 - Award Winning Wines from the Heart of Tuscany

Ruffino was born in 1877 in Pontassieve from the intuition of two cousins, Ilario and Leopoldo. Their ambition is that the wine appreciated in their lands can also please those who do not have the good fortune to be able to taste it every day, and live, perhaps, very far.

It was an immediate and swirling success, built on the goodness of the wines and on an entrepreneurial foresight in the uncommon times. In fact, the Ruffino cousins' wine was immediately liked so much, so that in 1895 in Bordeaux the gold medal was awarded at the Chianti Ruffino.

Successes follow each other and already at the beginning of the twentieth century these successes lead to identify Ruffino as a synonym of Italian wine in the world through Chianti. These are the years of the birth of a true icon of Italian enology, Riserva Ducale, which in 1927 celebrates one of the most illustrious admirers of Ruffino, the Duke of Aosta who had chosen this wine to lay the tables of the court of the Italy King.

Riserva Ducale is just one of the imprints left by Ruffino in the history of Italian enology, also marked by the iconic fiasco, the bottle symbol of the entire category of Chianti, known in the world thanks to Chianti Ruffino.

Ruffino - Moscato d'Asti - D.O.C.G. - Vin Santo of Chianti - Ruffino Estates - Spirits

The first phase of Moscato production is a traditional white vinification. The second stage uses the Charmat method for secondary fermentation in tanks, the wine is bottled under pressure to produce fine, slightly sparkling bubbles and to preserve the fresh and fruity characteristics of the Moscato Bianco grapes.

Tasting Notes

Brilliant straw yellow. The bouquet is fresh with typical aromas of white Moscato. Notes of acacia, elderberry and wisteria accompany hints of peach and citrus. The perlage enhances the freshness in a finish of white fruits and sage.

Pairing

The low alcohol content of Moscato d'Asti makes it a very versatile accompaniment to food. It pairs easily with almost all types of desserts. A classic pairing is with fresh bread, salami, figs and melon. Moscato d'Asti goes wonderfully well with spicy Asian foods.

Grapes

100% Moscato d'Asti (Ampelographic Base)

Alcool

alc. 6% vol

Serving Temperature

6 - 8 ° C

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Ruffino - Moscato d'Asti - D.O.C.G. - Vin Santo of Chianti - Ruffino Estates - Spirits

Ruffino - Moscato d'Asti - D.O.C.G. - Vin Santo of Chianti - Ruffino Estates - Spirits

The first phase of Moscato production is a traditional white vinification. The second stage uses the Charmat method for secondary fermentation in tanks, the wine is bottled under pressure to produce fine, slightly sparkling bubbles and to preserve the fresh and fruity characteristics of the Moscato Bianco grapes.

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