Winery: The 2015 Muffato della Sala presents a luminous and intense golden yellow color. The nose is delicate and elegant with aromas of ripe fruit, apricots and peaches, harmoniously fused with floral hints, citrus fruits, and light salty sensations. The palate confirms and fully brings out the sensations of the nose, and shows a notable balance between freshness and sweetness with a long finish and aftertaste as well.
Muffato della Sala is produced with grapes with “noble rot”, harvested in late October and early November to allow the morning mists to develop of Botrytis Cinerea, or noble rot on the grape berries. This type of mould concentrates the water of the crop, its sugars, and its aromas, endowing the Muffato della Sala with a harmonious and unmistakable fragrance. The first year to be produced was the 1987 and consisted of the blend of varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc (50%); Grechetto (30%) and Drupeggio (20%). The composition of the blend has varied over the years and now has attained its definitive results.
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