Castello del Poggio
Castello del Poggio which means Castle on a Hill, is located in Piedmont, one of the most
prestigious wine growing regions in Italy. The estate lies entirely within the Monferrato area in the Province of Asti.
The medieval stronghold that dominates it once belonged to the noble Bunéis family. The last surviving member of the Bunéis family left the estate in his will to the Bishop of Acqui who often summered there in the 18th century.
Castello del Poggio Moscato
Castello del Poggio Moscato Provincia di Pavia is made from the muscat grape. Straw-yellow color with golden reflections and a delicate mousse. Fruity and very inviting, with intense scents of peaches and exotic fruit. Fresh and
pleasantly sweet with a taste that reveals its varietal characteristic.
Delicious with fruits salads, ice cream, or just on its own as
an accompaniment to conversation among friends. Castello del Poggio Moscato Provincia di Pavia is on the wine list at Olive Garden, a great indication that a wine is a great value and is enjoyed by many people.
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Moscato could be the oldest cultivated vitis vinifera grape. The family of Muscat varieties were propagated during the period of classical antiquity. Muscat grapes and wines almost always has a pronounced sweet floral aroma. Moscato wine is famous for its sweet flavors of peach, orange blossom and nectarine. The name originates from Italy, but the Muscat grape may be one of the oldest cultivated varieties in the world.
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