"Each family in the surroundings of Caluso collected the most beautiful grapes and put them to dry in the attics to obtain an extremely long-lived sweet wine."
It presents itself to the eye with a golden yellow color, with soft amber reflections. The nose develops intense notes of hazelnut, candied fruit and dried fruit. In the mouth the taste is pleasantly sweet and harmonious, full and velvety.
In addition to accompanying dry pastries, such as Torcetti del Canavese, it goes well with Piedmontese long-aged cheeses, such as Bettelmat. Also perfect on its own.