Sestum dry Moscato I.G.T. Umbria

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Dedicated to Sesto Dionigi, 3rd generation of the Dionigi family, it is made from grapes of white Moscato with small and early berry. Typically aromatic, robust and smooth. It suits shellfish, salmon but also artichoke-based dishes.
It should be served chilled, 8/9°C.

Appellation
Dry Moscato I.G.T. Umbria
Name of wine
Sestum
Produced in
Bevagna, Umbria
Grape
100% Moscato
Aspect
North-facing, South-facing
Age of vineyard
10/15 years
Altitude
260m a.s.l.
Training system
Guyot
Vines per hectare
5,500
Soil type
Limestone, clay
Production per hectare
6 tons
Vinification
White wine, controlled fermentation in stainlesssteel at 15° C
Ageing
6 months in stainless steel
Bottle ageing
Minimum 2 months
Bottles produced
Approximately 3.500
Tasting notes
Straw-yellow colour with greenish reflections, typically aromatic,robust and smooth
Food Pairing
Goes very well with starters, first courses and classic fish dishes. It suits shellfish, salmon but
also artichoke-based dishes.
Serving Temperature
12/14° C

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg

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Appellation
Dry Moscato I.G.T. Umbria
Name of wine
Sestum
Produced in
Bevagna, Umbria
Grape
100% Moscato
Aspect
North-facing, South-facing
Age of vineyard
10/15 years
Altitude
260m a.s.l.
Training system
Guyot
Vines per hectare
5,500
Soil type
Limestone, clay
Production per hectare
6 tons
Vinification
White wine, controlled fermentation in stainlesssteel at 15° C
Ageing
6 months in stainless steel
Bottle ageing
Minimum 2 months
Bottles produced
Approximately 3.500
Tasting notes
Straw-yellow colour with greenish reflections, typically aromatic,robust and smooth
Food Pairing
Goes very well with starters, first courses and classic fish dishes. It suits shellfish, salmon but also artichoke-based dishes.
Serving Temperature
12/14° C