The yellow Moscato is a vine of probable ancient Syrian origins (it is in fact also known as Moscato Sirio) and it has come to us imported in all probability from Greece by Venetian merchants. In the Euganean Hills it gives life to "Moscato Fiori d’Arancio", in both sparkling and passita versions, while in Alto Adige it is known as "Goldmuskateller". It belongs to the Moscati family, aromatic vines whose name derives from "muscum", musk, whose characteristic aroma is also found in ripe grapes. Moscato giallo is used both as a table grape and for winemaking, as a sweet sparkling wine or raisin wine, sometimes also in a still and dry version.
Yellow Moscato 'Vogelmaier' by Alois Lageder is made in one of the most famous estates in South Tyrol. Fresh and fragrant white wine, which offers an intense and persuasive bouquet. Present mainly in the Triveneto area, Moscato Giallo stands out for its pleasant and enveloping aromas, floral and fruity aromas, a slight spiciness and a delicately almond finish. The vinification only in steel preserves the fragrance, freshness and aromaticity of the grapes. Intense bouquet with floral aromas, orange blossom, citrus, ripe fruit, delicate nuances of nutmeg and soft spices. Harmonious, juicy and rich taste, which precedes a dry, savory and lively finish.