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Candoni Moscato Terre di Chieti IGT d'Italia NV
Candoni is a brand of wines from Arel Group, produced in Italy. The Candoni family has a rich history of wine production dating back 150 years. The wines are classic Italian favorites such as Chianti, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Prosecco as well as Merlot and Pinot Noir. The eye-catching labels feature recreations of ancient Roman images to depict the idea of tradition and respect for history.
Wonderful sweet wine with a tad bit of sparkle
I'm not sure if it was the summer heat, but I loved this wine. Tried it while I was visiting in-laws in Atlanta, made them very tolerable.
By far the BEST wine ever!!! I make the local package store order it just for me! I don't love other brands....this one has my heart!!
Excellent taste. So far one of the better, smoother tasting moscato's for the price.
External Reviews for Candoni Moscato Terre di Chieti IGT d'Italia
Candoni is a family-owned company with a long, outstanding tradition of producing fine wines. Proud of the important contributions on Italian winemaking that came from the ancient Etruscans, each bottle of Candoni wine is adorned with a reproduction of an ancient Etruscan fresco, painted and fired onto the bottle making it a decorative piece unto itself. Moscato has become amazingly popular as wine drinkers have discovered the delightful peach and apricot flavors that this ripe, sweet, lightly fizzy dessert wine displays.
Food Pairings for Candoni Moscato Terre di Chieti IGT d'Italia
Very fruity and fragrant. Its sweetness and acidity is perfectly balanced by its low alcohol level.
Dietary Information: All-Natural
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