Moie from the Azienda Agricola Ramoino
Pigato wine selection
The Moie wine is a Pigato with a great body and structure, fruity and sapid. A sensual wine, perfectly represented by the sinuosity of the Gazelle of Valencia, painted on a stone around 12 thousand years ago in a cave in Valencia in Spain.
Moie is a very charming Pigato, a grape that is born and cultivated in the Riviera, ripened by the heat of the sun during the day, caressed by the breeze from the sea during the evening, a temperature change which gives the wine an intense aroma, a fruity, peach in particular, and almond flavour.
In short, a glass of Liguria which goes well with sea and Ligurian dishes, which characterise the cuisine of the Riviera, consisting of vegetables rich in flavour and fresh fish.
A label says a lot about the wine that the bottle contains. This is why, for the best selections from our vineyards, we have chosen the first cave paintings, a way to link the history of man with that of winemaking. Thus, the contemporary art of conviviality ideally embraces the origin of thought; after all, wine and man have always walked hand in hand.
Collezione La Grotta Dipinta
Pigato – Riviera Ligure di Ponente – Registered Designation of Origin
Vine variety: Pigato
Area: Western Liguria
Alcoholic strength: 13,5%
Colour: straw yellow with golden reflections
Bouquet: intense and fine of yellow-fleshed fruit
Taste: soft and fruity, persistent, with an almondy finish
Serving temperature: 11-12 °C
Winemaking: from selected grapes, in steel with at least an 8-month settling period on the lees (bâtonnage)
Ideal pairing: elaborate first courses with fish sauces, baked sea fish
Production: 6,000 bottles
We recommend tasting on the notes of:
Pavane in F sharp minor – G. Fauré