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Bersano Moscato d'Asti 2007

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The origin of Bersano dates back to the 1920s, when Giuseppe Bersano acquired land and vines from the Count Cremosina in the Asti Area. His son Arturo further developed the company and extended production to most of Piemonte’s classic DOCs of the Asti and Alba areas. Today Bersano are one of the region’s leading producers, the majority of their 3 million bottle production originating from their own vineyards. A sweet, white wine with quite intense aromas of honey, flowers and fresh grapes. On the palate the wine reveals further fresh grape and citrus notes. A clean wine with refreshing acidity on the finish to balance the sweetness.

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Bersano & Riccadonna:
The Bersano winery story began at the end of the 19" century in Nizza Monferrato, the heart of the Barbera d'Asti district. Territory and vineyard, soul of the grape, immediately became the winery's main features when Arturo Bersano, lawyerfor his family's pride, but vine-dresser by choice, took up the family run business. His motto "if you want to drink well, buy yourself a vineyard" inspires ... Read more
The Bersano winery story began at the end of the 19" century in Nizza Monferrato, the heart of the Barbera d'Asti district. Territory and vineyard, soul of the grape, immediately became the winery's main features when Arturo Bersano, lawyerfor his family's pride, but vine-dresser by choice, took up the family run business. His motto "if you want to drink well, buy yourself a vineyard" inspires our philosophy and work. Over 230 hectares between Langa and Monferrato, in the best "cru" area, making the largest private vine-grower company in Piedmont. A huge museum dedicated to the grape and winemaker's utensils, excites curiosity into the visitors, among artefacts recording everyday life, presses and ancient farm tools. Read less

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Snooth User: Jinghui
21411212
4.00 5
07/12/2009

Good enough to drink on its own before or after dinner! Very refreshing however it taste best with peaches topped with whipped cream. Yummy! (",)


Snooth User: thesiera
13747822
4.00 5
02/16/2009

Four glasses



The origin of Bersano dates back to the 1920s, when Giuseppe Bersano acquired land and vines from the Count Cremosina in the Asti Area. His son Arturo further developed the company and extended production to most of Piemonte’s classic DOCs of the Asti and Alba areas. Today Bersano are one of the region’s leading producers, the majority of their 3 million bottle production originating from their own vineyards. A sweet, white wine with quite intense aromas of honey, flowers and fresh grapes. On the palate the wine reveals further fresh grape and citrus notes. A clean wine with refreshing acidity on the finish to balance the sweetness.

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