- Grape: Moscato Bianco
- Denomination: Puglia Bianco IGT
- Soil: Calcareous with marine tufa sediments
- Wine-growing Area: Vineyards located in the Alta Murgia area at an altitude of 250 metres above sea-level, in the territory of Canosa di Puglia.
- Cultivation system: “Cordone speronato” with about 4.100 plants per hectar. The production is about 90 ql/hectar.
- Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand in small crates with careful selection of grapes, cooling of the grapes before de-stemming and gentle crushing, followed by cold clarification of the must; the fermentation starts spontaneously as a result of the native yeasts. After the fermentation in steel at a temperature of 16-18°C for 15 days, the wine is aged in steel for 7 months with frequent batonnage.
- Organoleptic examination: Colour: bright straw-yellowBouquet: aromatic, floral, with a slight scent of white pulp fruitTaste: well-balanced with a noticeable alcoholic note.
- Pairings: A typical dessert wine, particularly suited to baked cakes or almond pastries; do be tried as an aperitif, with see foods and crustaceans.