The sweet taste of a food usually tends to prevail, especially in case of desserts. Since there are no dry wines that can stand comparison with the character of a sweet dessert, we suggest to accommodate the sugar content of the dish and match with a sweet wine. Therefore it should be a mistake to combine pastries and cakes with a dry brut classic method. Much better choice to combine a Asti DOCG, Moscato d’Asti, Malvasia di Castelnuovo Don Bosco or Brachetto. But we can hazard: starters made with hard cheese or goat cheese, salami with strong taste, oysters and ethnic food. Here below the technical sheet of Asti Spumante DOCG grape: Moscato 100% of farm production Yield: 50 hectoliters from hectare Technical informations: White wine-making Refinement in steel tanks for 3 months Colour: yellow straw-coloured with some greenish tints Fragrance: floral, delicated Taste: fresh, sweet, correctly acid, sparkling Ideal temperature: 6-8 ° Obtained from accurate selection of grapes coming from better farm’s vineyards . Soft wine-pressing, wine-making with short contact with peels. Refinement in stainless steel tanks in controlled-temperature cellar WINE TEST Ethil alcohol 7,0 vol Sugar 90 g/l Estract 28 g/l Total sulphites 120 mg/l Total acidity 5,70 g/l Volatile acidity 0,10 g/l PACKAGING Bottle type “champagne” for cl 75, cork, cap, box of 6 or 12 bottles whit protections.