2015 Le Coste Due M Moscato
Two different Moscato plantings from two different vineyards, smashed together in a fun ferment that is inescapably aromatic.
The grapes from the Le Coste site undergo carbonic maceration, intensifying the tropical fruit, while the Vigna Grande site's have an short open-top maceration, yielding cleaner, more refined juice. The juices are blended and aged for twenty months in old oak. It is a feral cat of a wine, keeping you guessing, never quite sure where it'll go. Lovers of ripe mango, the feeling of the suburbs in a humid summer, cool showers in the evening, rejoice. A freckling of acidity to balance the fruit makes this wine suitable for all serious lovers of macerated white wines.