Cantine Ca' Baradei Rosignol spumante

The ancient origin of Moscato was introduced to the colonies of Magna Greacia by Greek colonists. There are several varieties of Moscato, the white being the most precious.


From the South of Italy, this wine became widespread during medieval times due to the Venetians and their trade and commerce. The aromatic grape is scattered through virtually all of our country. The name derived from Muscum,or Muschio meaning moss. In order to obtain the particular pinkish hue of this wine, while cutting it we include a small percentage of Raboso; a sweet sparkling wine that is made by means of vinification of spumante.

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Wine bottles

Rosignol spumante

Grape Variety

Moscato Bianco e Raboso in minimum percentage

Description

The ancient origin of Moscato was introduced to the colonies of Magna Greacia by Greek colonists. There are several varieties of Moscato, the white being the most precious.


From the South of Italy, this wine became widespread during medieval times due to the Venetians and their trade and commerce. The aromatic grape is scattered through virtually all of our country. The name derived from Muscum,or Muschio meaning moss. In order to obtain the particular pinkish hue of this wine, while cutting it we include a small percentage of Raboso; a sweet sparkling wine that is made by means of vinification of spumante.

Sensory Notes

This rosé wine is smooth and sweet, very aromatic, with floral notes.

Pairings

Sweets and desserts: cream biscuits, biscotti, cookies. Also suitable for special sweet cheeses.

10°
6/8 °C
Collio

Package of 6 bottles