Riunite Trebbiano Moscato Emilia IGT

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These great wines are produced by Cantine Riunite, one of the largest wine companies in Italy and the largest exporter of Italian wine. Riunite offer award winning wines that reflect the area of origin. Testament to this great quality, Ruinite is now enjoyed on every continent. The Emilian semi-sparkling winemaking tradition is based on natural re-fermentation in the bottle. With this method the wines obtained are long-lived; being produced from a good base within the bottle. The result is the development of wines that maintain their exclusive characteristics. 
The moscato vineyards are located between the plain and the foothills in the provinces of Reggio Emilia and Modena. Excellent at the end of a meal with all kinds of desserts, ice-cream and pastries. Also the perfect companion for spicy cuisines especially Mexican, Indian, Thai and Chinese.

Tasting Note: Semi-sparkling wine with intense straw yellow colour. Sweet and aromatic with notes of honey and citrus fruits. Delicate and pleasantly sweet palate.

Additional Details

SKU:
12194-UNIT
Region:
Reggio Emilia Italy
Style:
Sweet White
Varietal:
Moscato
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Italy
Alcohol %:
8

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