Astor Center presents a Master Class of Moscato d'Asti D.O.C.G.
Cultivated for hundreds of years in the region of Piedmont, Italy.
Moscato Bianco is considered one of the oldest grapes in the region.
It's the heart of excellence in Italy's effervescent and sweet white wines.
Gregory Dal Piaz
Federico Ceretto "Moscato Bianco grapes produce precious
aromatic substances that announce the onset of harvest time,
when the grapes are picked by hand."
Moscato d'Asti has become very popular in the United States,
with almost four million bottles sold in the first quarter of 2016 alone.