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With the colder weather, it’s easy to pass up on the cold wine option. Moscato d’Asti is a delicious semi-sweet wine made from the Moscato di Canelli grape in Italy. It is sweet, but not overly sweet, and has the perfect amount of bubbles. This wine is the perfect aperitif and pairs great with light meals, but today, we’re going to share with you some dishes that you can include the delicious wine into. Here is the menu: As an aperitif, a glass of Moscato d’Asti. Italian wedding soup with meatballs and pepe noodles For our main course, pearl barley soup (made with a splash of Moscato d’Asti). The simplicity of the barley and vegetable soup with the hint of flavor from the Moscato d’Asti is perfection in a bowl, and warms up any heart on a cold day.
red berry ice cream (1 of 1) A glass of wine after a long day can be relaxing, but why not mix it up a little this Summer with homemade Stella Rosa wine ice cream? Yes, you read that right - wine ice cream! It incorporates a childhood favorite with an alcoholic twist. Plus, you are never too old for ice cream (especially if it has Stella Rosa in it.) So for all you Stella Rosa and ice cream fanatics, try out our recipe!  
moscato An immensely favorable semi-sweet wine among newcomers and veterans wine-lovers alike, Moscato is for those who love the light, airy, sweet flavor that pairs well with brunch and dessert, or even tastes great by itself!