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Different Kinds Of Moscato Wines


Moscato wines are often sweet, semi-sparkling, white wines, made from blanc grapes. Today, with aisles and aisles of wine, there are multiple options for Moscato wine lovers, including sweet, semi-sweet, and red Moscato wines just to name a few.

Stella Rosa Moscato D’Asti is a white, sparkling wine made from the Muscato di Canelli grape from the Piedmont region of Italy. This wine is sweet, but not too sweet, leaving you with a perfect and refreshing taste. Stella Rosa is proud that this Moscato wine is a 2015 Gold Medal Winner. Stella Rosa Moscato D’Asti has tasting notes of fresh peach, apricot, and nectarine. This sparkling white wine is perfect as an aperitif or with light meals.


For a sparkling white wine more on the sweet side, try Stella Rosa Moscato. With tastes of fresh white peach and honey, this is a semi-sweet wine with a clean finish.

A new Moscato wine that is becoming more popular is the Moscato Red Wine. Though normally a white wine, this Moscato normally has blends of Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, giving it that nice red color, and darker berry flavors but sharing the same sweet and sparkling taste of a regular white Moscato wine.

Stella Rosa Moscato Rose is a 2015 Gold Medal Winner, scoring 90 points in the Los Angeles International Wine Competition with flavors of rich nectarine and yellow peach.

For more information on Stella Rosa wines and Moscatos visit us at StellaRosa.com or SanAntonioWinery.com.


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