A little fruit bomb: blackcurrant, raspberry... But mineral and floral notes too! Peony, violet, light touches of chalk... This beautiful complexity is also expressed on the palate, with lovely balance, and a hint of acidity on the finish.
Alessandra Bera and her brother Gianluigi represent the continuity of a great Piedmont estate: the Azienda Agricola Vittorio Bera e Figli. It’s a history that reaches back to 1785, when Giovanni Batista Bera bought this land from the Kings of Malta, the soils having already in that era been recognized for their exceptional winegrowing potential. Located in Canelli, this estate reached an important turning point, when in 1964 Vittorio (Alessandra and Gianluigi's father) decided to bottle his own Moscato d'Asti – a first in their village for a family run estate! Today, the estate’s wines are the result of true craftsmanship: the slopes as steep up to 70% demand the utmost precision from the vignerons. Respecting biodiversity throughout the 10-hectare vineyard – which has never been touched by chemistry – is a now matter of ancestral pride. In the winery, the choice of natural winemaking was self-evident for the Bera, whose wines have helped restore the image of the Moscato and the wine region as a whole.
An elegant frizzante with very fine and abundant bubbles. A nose of small white flowers, white peach, citrus fruits, and hints of minerals... Palate: a fine and velvety texture, with a lingering sweetness on the finish. A sweet juice with low alcohol content? Pure syrup for adults!
An incredibly complex nose with notes of white flowers, peach, orange peel, lemon oil, beeswax, and almonds... The palate is rich, with huge volume balanced by an incredible level of acidity and freshness for this type of wine, and a long finish.
A very fruity nose carried by notes of crushed gooseberries and strawberries. Palate: supple and highly digestable, beautiful acidity. A slight effervescence that natural wine afficionados will get a crush on. Otherwise, just shake the bottle!