2008 San Giuliano Moscato d'Asti (Previously $14.99)

SKU #1057988

San Giuliano is a family owned estate, headed by Giulio Pastura and his wife, Mariella, who do nearly all the winemaking and vineyard work themselves. The vineyard itself has been intricately cultivated, consisting of 18 acres of Moscato, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Arneis and Brachetto in the zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. Opportunely placed to benefit from excellent exposure to southern sunlight and glancing breezes, the vines are robust and distinctive, ranging from 15-25 years-old. The wines of the San Giuliano estate are expressive of the passion and deep personal involvement that goes into their creation. Fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks for 10 days, this Moscato was released after 4-6 weeks to maximize the fresh, fruity character. Overwhelmingly aromatic showing fresh, fruit flavors. Sweet with subtle effervescence on the palate.

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Staff Image By: Jeremy Bohrer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/28/2010 | Send Email
Tasty, tasty juice. Perfect for a summer pool party or just chillin on the patio after a long day of work. Get nuts and drink it out of a pint glass the heck with the fancy wine glasses.

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