To continue the tradition of Nozze d’Oro, Count Giuseppe celebrated sixty years of marriage in 1994 by toasting with Diamante, a sweet wine made from Muscat and Gewürztraminer grapes grown in the highest part of the estate and left to dry in the shade to preserve acidity and its aromatic characteristics: white flowers, candied orange, yellow rose and orange blossom honey. From this vintage, the Rhenish style bottle brings us back in spirit to the territory and those varieties of sweet wine typical of cooler areas.
This aromatic variety does not adapt well to new territories, and prefers cool, mountain conditions. It has trilobate leaves with soft, barely toothed edges. The clusters are small, conical and fairly compact. Berries are round and pale-coloured, tending towards orange, with thin skins and only a light bloom.
An aromatic grape with an unmistakable sweet aroma, it presents a large trilobate leaf that is widely but not deeply toothed. The bunches are large, elongated, winged, and sparsely packed. The big, long berries start off yellow-green but become golden in colour when fully ripe.