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Why the oenologist recommends Sella & Mosca Alghero Torbato Spumante DOC
Torbato is a vine introduced in Sardinia by the Spaniards around the 14th century, ampelographically classified as Vitis Iberica. Recent research places it alongside the Malvasia variety of Roussillion or Tourbat. The version of Sella and Mosca, a charmat method brut, is really successful, it spreads out gracefully.
Characteristics of the Alghero Torbato Sella & Mosca Spumante
Semi-unknown vine but offers some nice surprises. Fine perlage and evanescent froth, very delicate nose with main notes of bread crust and very bland white pulp fruit. Spumante Alghero Torbato Sella & Mosca a pleasantly rough bubble, important freshness and a touch of flavor that makes everything very homogeneous.
Recommended pairings with Spumante Brut Alghero DOC wine
With tuna tartare, swordfish, amberjack and prawns from Mazara del Vallo; Excellent with cow's cheese appetizer, raw ham, puff pastry pizzas and grilled vegetables.
Uncork a Torbato Alghero Brut Sella & Mosca and serve at a temperature of 12° - 14°C in a flute glass.