De Forville | Moscato d’Asti
Liquid peach rings, with a spritz
Fragrant and intensely floral like orange blossom and honeysuckle petals dripping with peach syrup. Sweet, fresh, and slightly sparkling, with a touch of balancing acidity and low alcohol (to keep things light). Serve as a chilled after-dinner drink for a slightly sparkling sweet treat.
Asti, Piedmont, Italy
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For the secret sweet tooth in you
Wonderful with a variety of lightly sweet desserts like vanilla sponge cake, fruit tarts, sweet biscuits or almond cookies, and classic Christmas cakes like Italian Panettone.
The name ‘De Forville’ is closely related to a wine that has become more and more important over the years: Barbaresco. In 1860, the founder, Gioacchino De Forville, established his family in the territory starting with the firm belief in the potential of Nebbiolo. Today, the winery De Forville produces its wines from its vineyards located on the hills of Barbaresco (growing Nebbiolo and Dolcetto) and Castagnole Lanze (growing Barbera d’Asti, Moscato, and Chardonnay). After 150 years, this family-run business still gives its attention to grape quality and history, which leads to wines made from the heart.