So you’ve got a situation where honey BBQ wings are iNoolved? Or maybe you need something sweet to sip with those summer beach vibes you’re trying to create? The L’Armangia Moscato d’Asti has your back. Bright soft bubbles support a palate that has just the right amount of sweetness with pleasant notes of pineapple, yellow apple and orange blossom. Do it.
The Giovane family has held vineyards in Canelli since 1750 and by 1850 the family began to embark on wine production. It wasn’t until 1988 that the label l’Armangia was born — its name coming from the Piedmontese dialect, meaning “turning the tables.” The family spent a few years fine-tuning techniques and expanding their land and saw the release of their first wines in 1993. The family does not work with outside wine consultants in an effort to keep their vision unintruded.
Soil Type: Tufa/Clay/Sand/Limestone Vineyards have a south-east by south exposure. The slope has an average gradient of 15%. Harvest operations begin on Sept. 1th-15th. After soft pressing, vinification consists of a cold-storage phase, followed by fermentation and, eventually, by the development of effervescence in a pressure tank for up to 30 days. The end of this phase coincides with bottling.