Salton Intenso Moscatel

$15.99

4 in stock

Winemaker Notes

Bright, greenish-yellow in color, with abundant shedding of fine bubbles. Aromas of fresh fruits as banana, lemon and pear, with white flowers notes. Creamy, sweet, with refreshing and balanced acidity.

Food Pairings – appetizers, blue cheese and desserts.

Blend: 100% Moscato

About Familia Salton

This story begins in Italy, in 1878, when Antonio Domenico Salton left the town of Cison di Valmarino, in the Veneto region, searching for better opportunities in Brazil. He settled in the Italian colony of Vila Isabel, today known as the city of Bento Gonçalves, in Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil.

The company was formally established in 1910, when the brothers Paulo, Angelo, João, José, Cesar, Luis and Antonio gave an entrepreneurial touch to the business of their father, the Italian immigrant Antonio Domenico Salton, who made wine informally, like most Italian immigrants did that time. The brothers started to cultivate grapes and produce wines, sparkling wines and vermouths, under the name “Paulo Salton & Irmãos”, in the downtown of Bento Gonçalves city.

Salton Intenso Moscatel

$15.99

4 in stock

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Winemaker Notes

Bright, greenish-yellow in color, with abundant shedding of fine bubbles. Aromas of fresh fruits as banana, lemon and pear, with white flowers notes. Creamy, sweet, with refreshing and balanced acidity.

Food Pairings – appetizers, blue cheese and desserts.

Blend: 100% Moscato

About Familia Salton

This story begins in Italy, in 1878, when Antonio Domenico Salton left the town of Cison di Valmarino, in the Veneto region, searching for better opportunities in Brazil. He settled in the Italian colony of Vila Isabel, today known as the city of Bento Gonçalves, in Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil.

The company was formally established in 1910, when the brothers Paulo, Angelo, João, José, Cesar, Luis and Antonio gave an entrepreneurial touch to the business of their father, the Italian immigrant Antonio Domenico Salton, who made wine informally, like most Italian immigrants did that time. The brothers started to cultivate grapes and produce wines, sparkling wines and vermouths, under the name “Paulo Salton & Irmãos”, in the downtown of Bento Gonçalves city.