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RIVETTO Wiktoria, Moscato d'Asti DOCG 2015

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RIVETTO Wiktoria, Moscato d'Asti DOCG 2015

Is there a better, more refreshing summer’s evening wine than Moscato d’Asti? Made from 100% Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains, it showcases the variety's exotic aromas and is delightfully frizzante, its high acidity perfectly balanced by just the right amount of sweetness. At only 5% alcohol, it also might just be the perfect breakfast wine! Very more-ish and perfect with fresh fruit and summer tarts. Best served icy cold.
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Is there a better, more refreshing summer’s evening wine than Moscato d’Asti? Made from 100% Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains, it showcases the variety's exotic aromas and is delightfully frizzante, its high acidity perfectly balanced by just the right amount of sweetness. At only 5% alcohol, it also might just be the perfect breakfast wine! Very more-ish and perfect with fresh fruit and summer tarts. Best served icy cold.
  • Style: Moscato
  • Vintage: 2015
  • Region: Moscato d'Asti DOCG
  • Code: RMDAW
  • Varietal: Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains
  • Country: Italy

Winery RIVETTO

The Rivetto family wine business began in 1902 when Giovanni Rivetto opened a wine store in Asti. Twenty years later he moved to Alba and then in 1938 acquired Tenuta Loirano in Serralunga d’Alba. A new winery was built by third generation Sergio Rivetto in 1970 and today the winery is in the hands of the fourth generation, Enrico Rivetto.

The winemaking philosophy is one of minimum intervention and maximum respect for the vineyard. No synthetic chemicals are used in the vineyards and the vine rows are planted with native grasses and legumes to keep the soil vital and reduce compaction.

Under Enrico’s leadership, Rivetto is going from strength to strength. The wine quality across the board is excellent and a No. 16 in the Wine Spectator Top 100 for the 2006 Barolo is testament to that.

From the vineyards surrounding the Loirano hill, Rivetto produces several crus of Barolo and Barbera d’Alba, along with Dolcetto and the exciting renascent native white, Nascetta. Rounding out the portfolio is a rare Barolo Chinato and a Grappa di Nebbiolo da Barolo.

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