The Moser winery was founded in 1979 by Diego and Francesco Moser who had been working the family vineyards in Val di Cembra since their early teens. In 1988 Francesco Moser decided to build a new modern winery in the Maso Warth estate, an old bishop’s residence dating from the 17th century which lies on the hills above Trento. The Trentodoc 51,151 is produced to celebrate the hour record set by Francesco in Mexico City in 1984.
Moser Brut Nature
MOSER BRUT NATURE
Trentodoc Moser Brut Nature Riserva is a Blanc de Blancs made from Chardonnay grapes grown in two different vine-growing areas on the winery’s estate: one is at Maso Warth, an amphitheatre of vines at 350 metres asl, overlooking the municipality of Trento; the other is in the Valle di Cembra, with vineyards situated between 500 and 650 metres asl. The resulting wine combines the character and fullness of the grapes grown at a lower altitude with the elegance and aromas of “mountain” grapes.
Moser 51,151 Brut
MOSER 51,151 BRUT
That’s not just a ballpark figure, it adds up to a great wine. Why 51,151? That’s how many metres Francesco Moser travelled in a single hour in Mexico City and in doing so he set an astonishing record. There is an intense and decidedly fruity bouquet to the nose; on the palate, an explosion of freshness and mineral notes finishing in an elegant harmony.
Moser Rosé Extra Brut
MOSER ROSÉ EXTRA BRUT
Maso Warth’s emblematic hill gives birth to the grapes of this Trentodoc Rosé 100% Pinot Noir. A long bottle-ageing on the lees enriches the pleasant fruity aroma of this wine. In the mouth, the elegance of this variety is enhanced by the wine’s bright freshness, a prevailing feature in the range of Moser wines. It’s persistence is guaranteed by the minerality given by the limestone soils of the Azienda Agricola Francesco Moser estate.