Bach Frizzante Moscato is a sparkling wine full of freshness and vivacity. It has very intense aromas and a typical sweetness of the variety.
Pale yellow with greenish hues and a light fizz.
An intense floral bouquet (roses, orange blossom), citrus notes (lime, bergamot).
A fresh, creamy and intense mouthfeel underlain with the varietal’s typical pleasant floral notes, which linger on the palate.
The Bach winery has very long tradition of winemaking, with a history that goes back to 1915 in Sant Esteve Sesrovires (in the province of Barcelona). However, it was not until the Universal Exhibition in Barcelona in 1929 that the first bottles were launched. Many years have passed since then, but the winery remains steadfast in its faithful adherence to the original spirit of the winery: quality, originality and personality in all of the wines and cavas that it makes.
Keeping intact the original CO2 from its fermentation.
The harvest took place at the beginning of September taking advantage of the low morning temperatures to preserve the grapes' full aromas. After destemming, light pressing and static clarification, the must underwent alcoholic fermentation at a regulated temperature (16ºC), which lasted 10 days. The wine was then clarified and stabilised. It then underwent a second fermentation in pressurised tanks to preserve the wine’s fizz. Finally, it underwent the final processes (clarification, cold stabilisation and filtering) to ensure clarity and stability and was bottled, keeping intact the original CO2 from its fermentation.