The Muscat grape, which exists in a huge variety of different types, colors, and characteristics, is unquestionably one of the most popular in the entire world.
The grape is known locally as Muscat Bianco di Canelli. “Asti” in Piedmont is the city which has given its name to the very important Moscato d’Asti appellation and to the world-famous Asti Spumante wines.
Alessandro Boido is unquestionably one of the finest producers of Moscato today.
Above and beyond his notable talents in the cellar, Alessandro has good fortune to have his vineyards in Valdivilla, a historic area in which fragrant wines, with persistent and eleganti aromas, have won awards from expert journalists.
Ca'd'Gal’s Moscato d’Asti Lumine shows all these features and virtues in its pungent and penetrating perfume and in its delicate and tasty flavours that are slightly sweet but never cloying.
Standing in the midst of the farm’s vineyards among the peaceful hills of the Langhe that recall Cesare Pavese at Santo Stefano Belbo, this farm holiday centre is ideal for people wanting to spend a quiet and relaxing holiday.
The spacious and sunny bedrooms overlook the surrounding vineyards, while it is also possible to taste the wines produced here. The furnishings are simple and elegant and fully respect the style of country houses.
The main salon is also an ideal place to sit and read a book