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'Muripiani' Agricola Mos 2022

'Muripiani' Agricola Mos 2022

Agricola Mos

Agricola Mos's 'Muripiani' is a white wine made from Pinot Grigio and Muller Thurgau, grown on a small plot of land in the Adige Valley. Full and enveloping on the palate, and supported by a snappy minerality that refreshes the sip on the finish, the nose expresses notes of apricot and white peach, accompanied by fresh floral and citrus aromas

14,30 €



Dolomiti IGT


Pinot Grigio and Muller Thurgau


Alcohol content

12.5 %


75 cl Bottle


White vinification, soft pressing and fermentation in stainless steel


In stainless steel tanks

Filosofia produttiva

Natural, Independent Winegrowners, No added sulfites or minimum, Indigenous yeasts

Additional Notes

Contains sulfites


Agricola Mos 'Muripiani' is a white wine produced in the foothills of the Dolomites that is characterised by its full body and remarkable mineral timbre, qualities bestowed respectively by the grape variety and the terroir. On their recently founded estate, young cousins Luca Moser and Federico Ferretti cultivate five different varieties, specifically Chardonnay, Riesling Renano, Schiava, Müller-Thurgau and, of course, Pinot Grigio, a variety that, due to its great popularity at the end of the 20th century, was widely cultivated in areas that were not suited to it, with more emphasis on quantity than quality of production. This has made us partly forget the noble characteristics of this grey grape variety of Burgundian origin, which in suitable lands such as Alsace gives rise to some of the most appreciated white wines on the world wine scene.

Agricola Mos's 'Muripiani' is a 100% Pinot Grigio from a 25-year-old vineyard in the municipality of Zambana, at the foot of Mount Paganella. Here the vines, which are trained using the simple Trentino pergola system, stand on limestone-clay soils, face north-east and are at an altitude of 220 metres above sea level. Manual harvesting in the first ten days of September is followed by white vinification of the grapes through direct soft pressing and alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks, the same type of wine vats where the wine matures for several months until bottling.

The 'Muripiani' white wine from the Agricola Mos estate is intense straw yellow. The nose expresses apricot and white peach aromas combined with citrus and distinctly mineral, almost marine notes. The fullness and envelopment on the palate are well balanced by the excellent freshness and taut sapid-mineral component.


Deep straw yellow


Full and enveloping, fresh and mineral on the finish


Aromas of apricot and white peach accompanied by citrus and marine notes