Produced from the white soils of the Buonovini estate, where the limey ground is divided between vines and aromatic almond groves, Moscato Bianco is Planeta’s new wine. It is defined by a terroir of great personality and by aromatic varietal statements of immense exuberance. As the younger brother of the sweet Passito which is ideal for completing a meal, this is a dry white wine produced from the white Moscato grape, a variety which has always been cultivated at Noto, lesser known than Nero d’Avola, and completely indigenous. The wine, representing a jaunty conception of an ‘opening’ wine and bursting with primary aromas of fruit and flowers, has a refined aromatic and spring-like bouquet very appropriate for aperitifs, for eastern cooking, for shellfish and fish dishes in general. The ‘dry’ version of this aromatic grape resembles in certain ways some oenological celebrities, such as the Alsatian ‘Muscat à petits grains’ or the nearby Zibibbo from the island of Pantelleria.