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Vines Chardonnay ( %)
Bubbles , Sans Année

Color: Straw yellow with fine perlage.
Smell: The nose is elegant and fine, with fresh fragrant notes of white and exotic fruits in light ripening, notes of bread crust with citrus and nutmeg hints.
Taste: On the palate it is dry, fresh, with excellent balance and good persistence.
Food pairing: Ideal to accompany appetizers and dishes based on fish and shellfish, raw seafood, slumi and aged cheeses.

Trentodoc produced by the Moser family from Chardonnay grapes only. 51.151 celebrates Francesco Moser's Hour Record in Mexico City in 1984.

Production area: Maso Warth, an amphitheater of vineyards located at an altitude of 350 meters above sea level overlooking the Adige Valley and the municipality of Trento; the Lavis hills, at an altitude of 250 meters; the impervious terraces of the Cembra Valley with an altitude ranging from 500 to 650 meters.
Average age of the vineyards: 15-25 years.
Soil: Predominantly calcareous.
Vinification: Pressing of the whole grapes with selection of the must, fermentation and aging in steel tanks and large oak barrels until the time of the draw.
Aging: In bottle on selected yeasts.
Bottles produced: 50,000 bottles/year.


The peasant tradition of the Moser family began with the grandfather Ignazio who in the 1950s worked the family's historical plots on the steep slopes of the Cembra Valley. In the 70s, thanks to Francesco and Diego, the first bottles were produced in the Palú di Giovo winery, then replaced by the new and modern Maso Villa Warth winery in the 90s. Today, the third generation, with Carlo, Francesca and Matteo, helps to continue the history of the Moser farm. The productive heart of the company is located in a unique property in Trentino. Maso Villa Warth is a small village overlooking the city of Trento, where in addition to the manor house built in 1600 during the Council of Trento, there are two buildings for processing the grapes and refining the wines, a storage room for equipment agricultural covered with a photovoltaic system and a small thermal power plant; in addition to other housing units used for farm holidays. The property is made up of 25 hectares of which 10 are vineyards and 15 woods. At the highest point of the estate is the "logeta", a belvedere overlooking the city of Trento overlooking the Adige valley.

Classic Method

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