Manzoni Moscato Spumante Dolce

This sparkling rosé wine is the result of the valuable selection  carried out at the beginning of the 20th century by professor  Luigi Manzoni, principal of the Oenological School in  Conegliano. Several hybridization tests led to the creation of  several crossings, among which Incrocio Manzoni 13.0.25. This code refers to a specific system used by the professor in  his registers. Incrocio Manzoni is a crossinig between Raboso  Piave and Muscat of Hamburg.


Silver Medal – The Asian Rosé Masters – HK (2018)
Silver Medal – Vini Incroci Manzoni – IT (2018)
Commended – Decanter World Wine Awards – UK (2017)
Diploma di Merito – 18° EnoConegliano – IT (2016)
Silver Medal – Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition – HK (2014)
Gold Medal – The Global Rosé Masters The Drinks Business – UK (2014)
Gold Medal – DAWA – Decanter Asia Wine Awards – HK (2013)
Sweet Veneto Regional Trophy Best in Show – DAWA – Decanter Asia Wine Awards – HK (2013)

Veneto - Italy

Bottles per carton: 6
Cartons per pallet: 60
Bottle weight (gross): 1.50 Kg
Bottle size: 9.44 x 31.50 x 9.44 cm
Carton weight (gross): 9.9 Kg
Carton dimensions: 31.2 x 32 x 21 cm

ABV: 7%Sugar, g/l: 80Total Acidity, g/l: 5,00-6,50

cl 75

Organoleptic Characteristics

Color and Appearance
Delicate rosé color with fine and persistent perlage.

Intense, delicate and refined, characterized by an aroma of roses and fruity notes of cherry, raspberry, ripe citrus fruits and final spicy notes of sage.

Sweet, elegant, harmonic, balanced, with a long aromatic persistence, but also fresh thanks to its acidity and tannins which balance the high sugar content.

Serving Temperature

5-6 °C

Serving Suggestions

Sweet wine, perfect for celebrations and special events. Ideal at the end of a meal, with biscuits, fine pastry, jam or custard tarts, fresh and dried fruit. It goes particularly well with all the main cakes of Italian and international cuisine.

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