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Massolino Moscato dAsti 2021

Massolino Moscato dAsti 2021

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Tasting Notes

This is an example of what you can expect when Moscato is given the Rolls Royce treatment. Drawn from just 1.5-hectares of hand-harvested grapes. In Moscato terms the production here is tiny, and what's more the vines are rooted in the prime calcareous soils of Serralunga d'Alba. 

The result is something altogether more savoury and complex and yet every bit as delicious as the more typical examples. This is a daisy-fresh Moscato bursting with frothy pineapple, sweet mint and tangy red apple aromas and flavours. It finishes dry, chalky, and super refreshing. Superb with desserts, it is also extremely seductive when served with mature, slightly spicy cheeses. - Importer Note

The Massolino family's greatest asset is of course their 23 hectares of (mostly) Serralunga vineyards, including choice parcels of such famous sites as; Margheria, Parafada and the legendary Vigna Rionda. We say 'mostly' as the Massolino clan recently purchased a slice of the Parussi cru in Castiglione Falletto. Serrralunga, on the eastern edge of the Barolo DOCG, produces some of most profound and long lived Barolo. It is the home of great names such as Giacomo Conterno and Bruno Giacosa's Falletto vineyard. The wines often have an extra stuffing of intense Nebbiolo fruit as well as a remarkable minerality that plays on both the freshness of the tannins and gives the wines a certain ferrous edge when young.

It is fair to say that Massolino holds the most remarkable collection of vineyards in Serralunga, amongst the smaller, quality focused producers anyway. The quality strides at this estate over the last 10-15 years have been remarkable with significant advances made, particularly in the vineyards. Certainly there has also been refinements in the cellars, firstly by Franco Massolino and then by current winemaker Giovanni Angeli (ex Vajra) who has been working with Franco since the 2005 harvest. As always however, it has been the work in the vineyards and the search for expressive and perfectly ripe fruit that has driven the rise in quality at this estate. The resultant improvement here has been very good news for both the commune and Barolo in general. Today the wines of Massolino sit comfortably among the finest of the region ‚– they are wines of wonderful purity and elegance. They are exclusively aged in large casks, so they are 'traditional' and yet they offer the best of the 'old " and 'new " worlds: pure, aromatic, textural, deeply flavoured wines that are at the same time precise, vibrant and distinctly regional. These are wines that score extremely highly on our deliciousness scale. Equally important, these wines are remarkably well priced when compared to the other top producers of the area. - Importer Note

Product Type Wine Sparkling Moscato
Volume 750ml
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Sub Region Asti
Winemaking Practices Conventional
Vineyard Practices Conventional