Grape variety: Moscato, picked at the end of December or early January when the grapes are especially sweet on the vine. It’s a Piemontese rendition of “ice wine.”

Origin: Calosso d’Asti.

The name: L’Amni is Piemontese for “the future”.

Harvest time: Hand-picked grapes, in the freezing cold of winter.

Winemaking: Stainless Steel Tank Fermentation and then given additional complexity with 8 to 10 months in barrel.

Appearance & color: Deep yellow/golden in color.

Nose: Fragrances of honey, apricots and dried fruit with a touch of vanilla.

Flavor: Elegant, full-bodied and unusually complex with apricot & honey overtones.

Alcohol: Typically 15%.

Food pairings: Foie gras, strong, seasoned cheeses, fruit desserts, dried fruits, etc.

Serving temperature: 6-8° C (42-46 F).

Packaging: 500ml bottles, 6 to a box (cardboard)