Castello del Poggio’s IGT Moscato is now the top Italian Moscato in the U.S., according to Nielsen.
Castello del Poggio sold more than 250,000 cases nationally in 2016. Overall, the winery saw a 19% sales volume increase, outpacing the Moscato category’s 2.8% volume growth.
Not only is Castello del Poggio the largest contiguous vineyard in Piedmont, the estate also maintains a certain degree of sustainability and produces 28% of its energy needs. Cheers!
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