The name refers to the Cichetta vineyard, in San Rocco Seno d’Elvio, which every year gives the best grapes for the production of this wine.
The vineyard is characterized by a marly soil facing west, which emphasizes the typical aromas of this aromatic grape maintaining its natural acidity. Moscato d’Asti Cicheta is ideal both as a dessert wine and as aperitif in combination with savoury snacks or blue cheeses since it’s sweet but never cloying sweetness thanks to the fresh acidity.
Bottle sizes: 75 cl
Vineyards: Cicheta and Riforno
Varietal composition: 100% Moscato Bianco
Harvest period: early September
Vinification and ageing: pressing of the grapes, and fermentation at a low temperature in steel until the alcohol content reaches 5-5.5%, when the tank is chilled to bring a halt to the fermentation. After evolving in steel for around 2 months, the wine then spends a short time in the bottle prior to its release.
Residual sugar: 110-120 grams/litre
Colour: bright straw yellow with golden highlights
Nose: fruity and aromatic, reminiscent of the grape with notes of yellow peach, rose petals, linden blossom, sage and honey.
Taste: aromatic, with excellent balance between sweetness and crisp freshness.
Food pairings: at the end of a meal, with the dessert. Aperitif with salty snacks or paired with blue cheeses.