Moscato Wine Brands – Muscat
Before we get to the Moscato Wine Reviews and Moscato wine brands, here’s a little background on Moscato, (moss-cah’-to) Wine. Moscato is an Italian name for Muscat. Muscat is said to be the world’s oldest variety of grape and is widely grown for wine, raisins and table grapes. Muscat grapes range in color from white to black and produce a Moscato wine that is characteristically defined by a sweet floral aroma. Moscato Wines are usually sparkling wines like Asti Spumante and Champagnes, and an extensive variety of Moscato wines are produced throughout Italy.
Moscato Wine Reviews
Below are three Moscato Wine Reviews starting with a Moscato Champagne, followed by a Moscato White Wine and a Moscato Spumante.
Saracco 2010 Moscato d’Asti-Champagne and Sparkling
This Moscato wine is a Champagne and Sparkling Vintage by Two Hands from Barossa Valley, Australia. This is a five star rated vintage Moscato wine. It is a Pale straw Moscato with a zesty bouquet of fresh grapefruits, watermelon, banana peel, straw, limes, sherbet and fresh flowers. It has a light and lovely sweet coating with a bright acidity. It is off dry and slightly effervescent with a low 7% rate of alcohol.
Saracco Moscato Wine Reviews – Critical Acclaim
90 Points The Wine Advocate
Saint Supery 2006 Moscato – Muscat White Wine
This Moscato is a White wine by St. Supery of Napa Valley, California. It is made from the Muscat Canelli grapes; a grape which is harvested in September to maintain its delicate fruit flavors. The 2006 Muscato is wonderfully light and could be used as a great summer wine. It has delicate white peach, apricot and pear aromas blended with a slight floral finish. It is a light wine, but still full of rich flavors. Most notable is the taste of sweet pear and apricots. This Moscato wine is perfect for an afternoon luncheon.
Bottega Petalo Moscato Spumante – Champagne & Sparkling
Bottega Petalo Moscato Spumante is a Champagne and Sparkling wine, but non-vintage by Bottega from Veneto, Italy. The Moscato Giallo Vinification uses the Italian Charmat method of fermentation. The Charmat process ferments Moscato wine first in stainless steel and then in sealed tanks for an additional 30 days. The color is a brilliant gold with a bouquet of roses. You will taste hints of apricot and peach, and a blend of apple and peach flavors. This is also a low alcohol content Moscato wine at 7%. As a serving suggestion, this Moscato wine goes great with desserts such as custards, pies and ice cream. Bottega Petalo Moscato Wine Reviews – Critical Acclaim Grape Varieties 100% Moscato Giallo Moscato wines are lightly sweet sparkling wines with brilliant fruit bouquets. Moscato wines lend a sweet effervescent to your dining experience, and can be a great bubbly companion to your sweet dishes.
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