Fonte Grotta Moscato Bianco Secco Thailand
Tenuta Secolo IX Thailand


Varieties: Moscato Bianco “Casauriense” biotype
Designation: Moscato Bianco Colline Pescaresi IGT
District: Castiglione a Casauria, Pescara, Abruzzo
Vineyards: Coste San Felice
Soil: clay and limestone
Year of planting: 2007
Altitude: 300 m asl
Aspecting: South
Training system: vertical-trellised
Type of pruning: Guyot
Plants per hectare: 4000
Grape yield per hectare: 100 quintals
Harvest: Second decade of August 2017
Seasonal weather trend: a coolish spring and summer struggling to get started, with temperatures never too high; ripening was slow and gradual, with significant day-night temperature ranges that meant the grapes built up excellent levels of aromatic substances.
Fermentation: in steel at 16 °C, with inoculated yeasts.
Ageing: in steel for six months.
Analytical data: ABV 12.5%; sugars 4 g/l; total acidity 6 g/l; pH 3.30
Pairings: The perfect wine to serve with seafood appetizers, raw or steamed shellfish, and delicate fish recipes; also a good partner for vegetarian cuisine.
Serving temperature: 8–10 °C

Fonte Grotta Moscato Bianco Secco Colline pescaresi IGT: a white sparkling wine for Thailand market with brilliant straw yellow with golden nuances. Peach and apricot on the nose with floral notes and tropical hints. Soft, fresh, vibrant drinkability.