We challenge anyone not to be surprised when they come into contact with this sparkling wine produced by Franco de Filippo's company.
At sight it is bright, intense golden yellow in color, with fine, dense and continuous perlage. The nose is intense, persistent, elegant, aromatic, with clear floral, fruity and vegetal hints of orange blossom, candied citrus fruits, white peach jam, saffron and aromatic herbs.
In the mouth it involves you with a dry and crispy bubble, without any sweet delay as the nose suggests. Fresh, savory, mineral, delicately warm, with a balanced structure and aromatic persistence, with a pleasant almond finish. Aftertaste: sapid vein and floral, fruity and vegetable notes.
Crustaceans and molluscs are ideal for being entranced by this sparkling wine !!!
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Giallo dorato intenso e brillante.
Intenso, persistente, elegante, aromatico, con netti sentori floreali, fruttati e vegetali di zagara, canditi di agrumi, confettura di pesca bianca, di zafferano ed erbe aromatiche.
Fresco, sapido, minerale, delicatamente caldo, di equilibrata struttura e persistenza aromatica, con gradevole finale di mandorla. Retrogusto: vena sapida e note floreali, fruttate e vegetali.
Crostacei, molluschi, primi di pesce, grigliate e zuppe di pesce.
Pergola pugliese a due tralci.
0,75 L Standard
Rifermentazione e presa di spuma in bottiglia con lieviti propri e successivo affinamento sugli stessi per minimo 12 mesi nella cantina interrata a temperatura costante tra 10 e 12 °C.
Perlage fine, fitto e continuo.
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Name: Franco di Filippo Azienda Agricola Address: Via Malcangi, 99 - Trani (BT) Web Site: www.moscatotrani.it
Moscato di Trani is the wine D.O.C. more noble and ancient than Puglia. Already in the years around the year 1000 the Venetians began to trade this wine, until they signed an agreement with the "Doge di Trane". The Count of Trani, Roberto dAngiò (14th century), occupied himself so much as to put a limit on the exports of quality wine from the ports of the Kingdom of Naples, thus causing the bad mood of the Venetian merchants.
In the '500 the famous traveler Fra Leandro Alberti, author of a monumental" Descriptor "of Italy had appreciated its goodness calling it" so excellent that it is a very delicate thing to taste ".
Since then the "Moscato di Trani" has continued to be increasingly appreciated, until reaching 1974 when the advent of D.O.C. it was perfected and ennobled.