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Elio Perrone Sourgal Moscato d’Asti

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Vintage: 2020
Region: Asti, Piedmonte, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Moscato

Elio Perrone Sourgal Moscato d’Asti is a vibrant and exciting Moscato that showcases notes of orange blossom, lime zest, and orchard fruit.

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About Elio Perrone Sourgal Moscato d’Asti

Elio Perrone Sourgal Moscato d’Asti is a vibrant and exciting Moscato that showcases notes of orange blossom, lime zest, and orchard fruit.

About Elio Perrone

Stefano Perrone has quickly emerged as one of the region’s stars in Asti. A retired champion motocross racer, Stefano’s formidable reputation rests squarely on his Moscatos. As more Americans have discovered its extraordinary lusciousness, vivid fruit, soft mousse, and captivating perfume, it is no surprise that the following for Moscato d’Asti has grown dramatically in recent years. As a summer sipper, Moscato is without peers. Ambrosial with melon and prosciutto (a classic combination), it is also a superb light dessert wine, perfect with melon, pears, or strawberries (especially if the fruit has been steeped in Moscato beforehand!).

By the late ’90s, Stefano was looking for new challenges. He recognized that the Asti zone possessed many old Barbera vineyards, and he purchased two of them, one forty years old and the other an amazing 70 years old. From both vineyards, Stefano produces Barbera that captures the ethereal freshness for which the Asti zone is noted.

At the same time that he was branching out into Barbera, Stefano produced his first vintages of Bigaro—a softly sweet, gently effervescent salmon-colored sparkler made from Brachetto and Moscato. Robert Parker called the debut 2001 Bigaro “beguiling.”

Our faith in Stefano has been rewarded by an unbroken string of sensational wines since we began working with him in 1995. While the Moscatos go from strength to strength, we can only wait to see what other marvels emerge from his cellars.