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VSQ Moscato Giallo Metodo Classico Dilà

Item number: BPB00017 2017750
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Vintage: 2017

Denomination: Bianco IGT

Grapes: Moscato Giallo

Alcohol: 12.5 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Bollicine

Region: Veneto

Origin: Made in Italy

Occasion: Romantic dinner

Pairing: Fish and shellfish

Allergens: Solfiti

SPECIFICATIONS

TASTING NOTES

Maeli is a small winery that has successfully managed to create a one-of-a-kind product. Producer Elisa Dilavanzo has debunked the myth that Moscato Giallo was only considered a sweet sparkling wine for the end of a meal, and after years of study, she has proposed an intriguing line of labels, all based on Moscato Giallo, expressing the comprehensive versatility of a grape variety. In fact, Maeli is the only winery to have interpreted Moscato Giallo in five different versions. The winery stretches out within the Euganean Hills Park, in the heart of Veneto. The microclimate of the area, with the Venetian lagoon on one side and the Dolomites on the other, creates a very suitable environment for producing Moscato Giallo. The vineyards are located on two sides of the Euganean Hills: the northern part is favoured for the production of Moscato Giallo, with soils mainly composed of marly scales and limestone rocks, while in the south we find red grapes such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and native varieties. Moscato Giallo, a white grape variety from Veneto, expresses itself on the volcanic soils of the Euganean Hills with finesse, elegance and longevity, distinguishing itself from any other Moscato in the world. Maeli's VSQ Moscato Giallo Metodo Classico Dilà is a sparkling wine made from only Moscato Giallo grapes. The wine presents a golden colour and a perlage of fine, persistent bubbles. On the nose, the bouquet is reminiscent of white flowers, such as jasmine, fresh herbs, thyme and the fragrance of yeast and crusty bread. On the palate it is ample and persistent, with a saline and slightly bitter finish, a characteristic note of the terroir. An ideal wine for special occasions, it pairs well with fish and shellfish dishes, such as baked sea bass. Read more Read less
THE WINERY

Maeli

The Veneto is certainly a region renowned for many of its precious wines. The Maeli winery, founded in 2011, is among their producers. Located in the Euganean Hills area, it exploits, in order to create products of absolute quality, the characteristics of the land, such as ancient volcanic soils with numerous traces of limestone, trachyte and clay that add to the marl and silt at the base of the vineyards. The estate covers about 13.5 hectares of vineyards, situated 280 metres above sea level and the natural habitat of the native grapes that give rise to the famous Moscato Giallo, the winery's main and best known production. Moreover, due to the proximity to the Venetian lagoon, the different exposures that characterise each vineyard, and the considerable temperature ranges typical of the Dolomite territories, the special microclimate contributes to the production of grapes that are able to transmit to the wines particular and significant aromas and flavours of their places of origin. And that's not all! Innovative spontaneous fermentation techniques, using local and natural yeasts, contribute to the production of Maeli's qualities. In addition to 5 types of quality white wines from Veneto such as the aforementioned Moscato Giallo and Dilà, Brut Nature of Metodo Classico included in 2014 in the list of the world's best wines, the company also processes and produces 2 labels of red wines with grapes from Merlot, Carmenere and Cabernet Sauvignon and a special rosé, also from the Euganean area. Name and address of producer/distributor: Maeli - Via dietro Cero, 1/C, 35030 Baone PD. Products from this winery should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat sources.

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