Malvasia di Castelnuovo don Bosco doc
Malvasia di Schierano or Malvasia “with short bunches”, an aromatic black grape, which is used to make a delightfully sweet, sparkling wine or spumante, Malvasia di Castelnuovo Don Bosco, is cultivated in a small area on the Asti hills facing the province of Turin. The wine is named after one of the six boroughs in the production area, Castelnuovo Don Bosco: birthplace of Don Giovanni Bosco, the most famous Italian saint after Padre Pio, which is now a spiritual centre of the Salesian fathers and destination of pilgrimages.
Cherry red colour with a typical aroma reminiscent of dog roses and scents of red berries; sweet, sparkling or spumante, it is completed in the finish with harmonious aromatic notes and delicate tannin.
It can be appreciated with strawberries and fruit salads, fruit desserts, dries pastries, ice cream and sorbets.