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A city of northwest Italy southeast of Turin. It is noted for its sparkling wines.


(Placename) a town in NW Italy: famous for its sparkling wine (Asti spumante (spuːˈmæntɪ)). Pop: 71 276 (2001)


(ˈɑ sti, ˈæs ti)

a city in the Piedmont region of Italy, S of Turin: center of wine-producing region. 76,950.
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They passed through the painted vineyards of Asti at the end of the grape-picking, and entered Ukiah drenched to the skin by the first winter rain.
We are not tired of the endless processions of cheerful, chattering gossipers that throng these courts and streets all day long, either; nor of the coarse-robed monks; nor of the "Asti" wines, which that old doctor
This partnership will add to the current sales of the Company, opening up an opportunity for ASTI to expand the sales of its laser technology to the new states.
This wine has the delicate, floral, pear and peach notes of a typical Asti style.
According to ASTI, the Davao station will serve as an auxiliary antenna for the PEDRO Center, enabling it to receive earth surface information even in cases of catastrophes and impending threats of disasters in Manila.
With the ASTI and Davao GRS in full operation, the reception, processing, and satellite data storage cycle will open more opportunities to promote inclusive innovation, reaching more Filipino scientists and researchers in return.
Bursting with flavours of fresh pear and pineapple, with notes of grape, melon and peach, the Martini Asti Ice is set to be the must-have sparkling wine this summer.
In the case of AstiRMBS, the mortgages are originated and serviced by Cassa di Risparmio di Asti S.p.A.
In response to the demands of the modern-day broadcaster, Dr Asti and his team at ARET created integrated workflows.
The schools most likely to close are those heavily staffed by ASTI members or where principals or deputy principals are members of the union.