If you haven’t heard of Moscato, it’d be as unfortunate as not hearing that Snoop Dogg jam. Moscato wine is divine and that’s not a cliché. They’re bubbly, semi-sweet, fruity flavored and are so beautiful to look at, it’s true!
Most of us are used to popping the champagne for special evenings but it’s always nice to know about who’s new and different on the scene. Our 5-member band is rocking when it comes to pleasing the crowd. You’ll get all the points for presentation and for satisfaction. Not only will you be basking in compliments, you and your guests will be basking in the company of summer peach, apricot, wild flowers, orange blossom, bosc pear, and that’s just to name a few.
Moscato d’Asti can be recognized on a menu with just a glimpse. But, do you really know the history behind this semi-sweet, white wine, and what makes it the best?
Moscato d’Asti originated in Asti, Italy, a province in the north-west. Though it is often considered a dessert wine, it has recently made its way onto the dinner wines menu. The light and crisp notes of Moscato d’Asti make it the perfect pairing for most salads and fish dishes, but, for sweet wine lovers, can be paired with anything.