Nice and light, perfect if you're into sweet and fruity wines.
Sweet strawberries and floral, cheap and what you'd expect
Cloyingly sweet beverage that is most likely popular because of this singular attribute. Yes, it's drinkable, but certainly nothing fantastic or distinctive.
Definitely in my top 3 Moscatos so far.
With 6.5% alcohol, this is sweet.
Sweet, light , & refreshing! Enjoyable! A great daily glass of red wine.
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This Moscato is delightfully sweet, just like it says on the bottle. You'll fall in love with it from the first whiff of its lush, fruity aroma. Full of the flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots, t
Delicious mouth-watering flavors of juicy peach and apricot. Hints of lemon and orange citrus complement a crisp, refreshing finish.
Delightfully sweet with lush fruity aromas. Hints of citrus skip across flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots. A bright, crisp finish dances in at the end.
This Moscato is delightfully sweet, just like it says on the bottle. You'll fall in love with it from the first whiff of its lush, fruity aroma. Full of the flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots, this wine has citrusy hints of lemon and orange that wraps things up with a bright, crisp finish. An easy-sipping wine that is a bit sweeter than our Riesling.
This Moscato is delighfully sweet. You'll fall in love with it from the first whiff of its lush, fruity aroma. Full of the flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots, this wine has citrusy hints of lemon and orange that wraps things up with a bright, crisp finish. An easy-sipping wine that is a bit sweeter than Riesling.
We are generally not big fans of Italian Pinot Grigio, which is often watery and charmless. U.S. wines called Pinot Grigio can have the same problem, though we have better luck with U.S. wines called Pinot Gris, which is the same grape. We had a terrific Pinot Gris from J Vineyards & Winery at Disney World recently (2007 Russian River Valley; $60 at Wolfgang Puck Café at Downtown Disney) that had hints of earthy honeydew melon, with some weight. It had a certain clarity of fruit and some richness and it was really pleasing and satisfying. In a tasting of American Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris last year, Barefoot Cellars was one of our favorites. We tried it again for this tasting in magnum size and, once again, thought it was a real winner, especially for the price. It’s fleshy and peachy, with some weight and true white-grape tastes. We’d pair it with more-flavorful, more-complex summer dishes, like salads with all sorts of toppings, and pastas.
With overtly sweet orange and apricot fruit flavors, this qualifies as a dessert wine. The honeyed flavors are fortunately balanced with bright, crisp acidity. Nice this summer on the beach, with fresh fruit and ham sandwiches.
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