Lazurro is sourced from a family vineyard that has passed from generation to generation. The vineyard is located in the cool, hilly Asti region within the province of Piedmont in northwestern Italy, one of the most important DOCG wine growing regions in Italy. The mountainous region has been producing wines since the 13th century and is home to some of Italy's most sought after wines. The region of Piedmont has the most DOC and DOCG classified zones in Italy with 52 and no IGT classifications.
The Moscato grapes are crushed, chilled to almost freezing in stainless steel vats, fermented and bottled to capture the resulting carbon dioxide. The result is a low alcohol (5.5% maximum by law) slightly effervescent wine, or what the Italians call vino frizzante.
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