One of the finest moscato d’asti and we dare say so because we have sold lots of this wine and many are repeat orders. Why ? Simply because this wine is not cloying and has good underlying acidity, freshness and simply delicious. Giorgio Boeri says the essence is in determining when is the best time to harvest the fruit – at the right balance of sugar and acidity and taking on the fermentation process with lightning speed to prevent oxidation and maintaining maximum freshness. Sounds easy but many Piedmontese producers failed to observe these steps as they focus more time and effort in their other higher value products such as barolo. Also at Costiglione d’Asti, that same piece of vineyard (Bricco Quaglia) have always produced high quality moscato and for 3 generations now, nothing have changed.