Muscatel

Categories: Rosado y Moscatel

Made from a careful selection of grapes of the Muscat variety.

COLOUR: Brilliant straw yellow.
AROMA: Intense, delicate and complex, with a predominance of citrus fruits, notes of bitter orange marmalade and a slight hint of fennel.
MOUTH: Complex and fresh. It is big and flavourful on the palate with citrus and creamy notes which, combined with its acidity, maintain the liveliness of this wine. Its aftertaste is very long, leaving a very pleasant fruity sensation.
FOOD MATCHING: A perfect match for pâtés and desserts.
OPTIMAL SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8 -10 ºC.

Piedemonte Moscatel 2014

  • Best Sweet White Wine D. O. NavarraBest D.O. Navarra Wines Awards 2016

Piedemonte Moscatel 2013

  • BRONZE MEDAL – Japan Wine Challenge 2016
  • SILVER MEDAL – Zarcillo Awards 2015
  • Selected by the Official Wine Tasting Panel of Navarra in CATEGORY 7: Sweet white wines, in the Selection of  D.O. Navarra Wines 2015

Piedemonte Moscatel 2012

  • SILVER MEDAL – MUNDUS VINI 2014
  • SILVER MEDAL – Premios Bacchus 2013

Piedemonte Moscatel 2011

  • Selected by the Official Wine Tasting Panel of Navarra in CATEGORY 7: Sweet white wines, in the Selection of D.O. Navarra Wines 2012

Piedemonte Moscatel 2008

  • SILVER MEDAL - Premium Select Wine Challenge 2010

 

Piedemonte Moscatel 2014

  •  WineEnthusiast 2016 – 89pts

Piedemonte Moscatel 2013

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2016 – 87pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Very good (4*)

Piedemonte Moscatel 2012

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2015 – 87pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Very good (4*)
  • Peñín Wine Guide 2014 – 89pts

Piedemonte Moscatel 2011

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2013 – 90pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

Piedemonte Moscatel 2010

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2012 – 88pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Very good (4*)

Piedemonte Moscatel 2009

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2011 – 87pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Very good (4*)

Piedemonte Moscatel 2008

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2010 – 86pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Very good (4*)

WINEMAKER'S NOTES

The grapes are harvested once they are extremely ripe and have a high sugar content.  They are then de-stalked and crushed. Following a short maceration period, the grape must is cold racked for 48 hours.

Once the alcohol content is sufficient and it is balanced with the residual sugars, then the fermentation process is stopped through cooling and filtering. Finally the wine is stabilised and bottled.