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Through four centuries of hard work and perseverance, the Bottega family has managed to rise from tenant farmers for an Italian count to being a highly-awarded brand that is appreciated all over the world. After years of farming their own land and trading in wines, Distilleria Bottega was finally founded in 1977 in the province of Treviso. The distillery moved to a mere 50 kilometres from Venice in 2007, renovating a 17th-century farmhouse in the process.
Bottega Petalo Vino Dell'amore Moscato is one of the beautiful wines offered by Distilleria Bottega. This sparkling white wine was named for the smell of roses that rises from the sweet spirit. This smell is echoed by the image of petals on the label. The low alcohol content of this wine makes it perfect for enjoying without needing to worry about overindulging.
A shimmering straw yellow in the glass with persistent perlage, this complex wine is full of the smells of the fields and orchards of Italy. Roses, wisteria, and wildflowers dance around with fresh peach, apricot, and citrus. As a sweet wine, the Petalo Vino Dell'amore Moscato is perfect to enjoy alongside any type of dessert. On the savoury side, it is also excellent with mature cheeses. Bring a bottle along for any special event and it will help to make the celebration even sweeter.
Elaboration of Bottega Petalo Il Vino Dell'Amore Moscato
Bottega Petalo Il Vino Dell'Amore Moscato (Moscato Bianco and Moscatel)
- View: Golden yellow with a bright pearl fine and persistent.
- Nose: Pronounced aromas of rose petals, with hints of apricot and peach.
- Mouth: The palate is pleasantly sweet, characteristic of the grape "Moscato", with ripe flavors of apple and peach.
PAIRING: Delicious as an aperitif or to enjoy with desserts like fruit tarts and ice cream. Wine dell'Amore, the "Wine of Love" is the perfect gift for friends and loved ones toast.
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In 1920– Domenico Bottega. Distilleria Bottega has a three-generation history of people dealing with wine and grappa behind itself. In the 1920s, Domenico Bottega was a wine trader.More about the Winery