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Folonari - Moscato (NV)

Overview

Terroir: Folonari Moscato is selected from hillside vines cultivated in Oltrepò Pavese on over 800 hectares of vineyards. The vines are trained using the Guyot system and grow on white soils of calcareous-marly origin. The yield per hectare in about 8000 kilos.

Vinification: Grapes are harvested when they are slightly overripe, are subjected to soft pressing for vinification off the skins with cryomaceration. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature of 18-20°C; when the right alcoholic content has been reached fermentation is then stopped by sharply reducing the temperature to leave a high natural sugar residue.

Additional Details edit

The Folonari Moscato has a fresh bouquet of white fruit, herbs and spice followed by a refreshingly sweet palate of peach, pear, honey and melon.

Technical Details
  • Appellation: Venezia
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  • Alcohol: >10%
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  • Sizes Available: 12/750ml, 6/1.5L
  • Varietals: 100% Moscato

Recent News edit

WineCentric Rating: 87

Author: Unlisted

Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2012

"For $9 a bottle there is a tremendous value here. The wine is well made and its only flaw is that the acidity is not quite balanced with the sugar. I would have preferred just a tad more residual sugar and a longer finish, but this is still a wine I would recommend. Moscato not only makes a great dessert wine, but pairs great with cheeses and appetizers as a starter wine.

Light straw color with a nose of petrol, acacia, and peach. On the palate there is Juicy Fruit gum upfront followed by peach, sour red pear and melon, honey and white grape juice. There is good acidity on the finish."

The Black Dress Traveler

Author: Wanda Mann

Date: Monday, February 13, 2012

"Since its founding in 1825 in the acclaimed Veneto winemaking region, Folonari has always strived to create wines accessible to everyday tables. Folonari Moscato 2010 boasts a fresh bouquet of white fruit, herbs, and spice followed by a sweet palate of peach, pear, honey and melon. "

The Tasting Panel

Author: Fred Minnick

Date: Thursday, January 26, 2012

"Nice straw color with sparkles. Juicy, sweet, well rounded tannins."

The Wine Buzz

Author: Unlisted

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011

"Delicate floral aroma with hints of sweet orange, clean, fruity and sweet, with honey coated lemon drop and apple flavors."