Sounds like Altberg are your best bet. I've just had to go up a size as my feet have grown in length and width. It might be worth checking out La Sportiva boots. I very recently bought a pair but haven't worn them yet. Difficult to track down I know. One of the few U.K. retailers I know of is Snow & Rock. When I triid my boots on in the shop I was amazed at how comfortable and light they felt on my feet given the weight in my hand. However the proof is in the testing which I hope to start soon.
My sudden sprt in growth has forced me to part with 3 pairs of previously very comfy boots so I know the process can be expensive. If they're still around you could try Merrell's Outbound boots. I recently started wearing mine having actually bought them about 2 years ago. The ankle support is very stiff at first but is finally softening after 60 miles and tentatively I can say they might prove to be very comfortable.
Look for reviews as to what is good kit but remember it might not work for you. It might prove to be too warm, not breathable enough etc. etc. too close a fit. In the end you will make mistakes and yes you'll be kicking yourself for wasted money but well chosen kit does provide much more comfort when the going gets tough .
IME moleskin is not that windproof and quite warm, say down to about -3C. So you might something extra to cope with windchill and/or snow. Unless you're really really 'ard! In which case I'd expect you to be wearing a kilt!