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Mondoro Moscato Moscato d'Asti NV
Mondoro, Asti, Italy The Asti was straw yellow. It had a sweet nose. The taste was smooth and sweet. It had a creamy after taste, that went well with the raspberries, strawberries and blueberries we had. We also had shrimp cocktail and cheese. The Mondoro asti is my wife’s favorite sparkling wine. We have
Love this wine. I use to drink a lot of this in New Zealand and now I live in Western Australia, I just can't seem to find it anywhere. Can anyone please HELP! I only have 2 bottles left ( brought back from New Zealand) I would really appreciate it. Thanks
I love Mindoro Asti but can't buy it in Western Australia
This asti is wonderful ! The taste is clean, crisp and not overly sweet. I always have a a bottle or two available at home to offer a glass to friends, when they drop by, or simply drink while eating poundcake or fruits such as strawberries or peaches with lunch or after dinner.
We get this every year for New Year's Eve (ever since I discovered it 5+ years ago)! My Sister-n-law & I love it, and it just doesn't seem right with out it!!!
The only wine I have ever tasted that I honestly truly enjoy everything about. The taste, the color, the bouquet, everything! This wine is ambrosia and the only one I will have in my home. You do yourself a real disservice if you don't taste this delightful vintage. I am a fan for life and it is invited to every one of my important occasions. Serve it chilled alone or with a meal, this sparkling jewel is precious indeed!
External Reviews for Mondoro Moscato Moscato d'Asti
Asti! Are there any other beverage, is capable of with the same cheerful ease spur imagination, immerse in the relaxed atmosphere of a love game, to convey the pulse of all the festivities and to release us from the ill-daily rhythm?In the Italian comedy "dellarte" is the concept: "Lanima allegra" - a cheerful soul. Italian sparkling wine Asti like to keep this "gay soul" - the heady joy of living, enclosed in a glass jar.Asti - a unique sparkling wine (champagne). It is made exclusively from white muscat grapes grown in the Asti region of the north Italian region of Piedmont. One of the first farmer-producers of sparkling wine on the "Asti" was Enrico Serafino. He established the production of wine in 1878 and six years later, in 1884, won the first of the gold medals.The pearl of the collection of sparkling wines Serafino was amazing Mondoro Asti. In the glass enclosed Mondoro like the spirit of the north Italian Piedmont, its beauty, its joy - the sunlight that pours on its rock...
Moderately light bodied. Balanced acidity. Green apples, pears, honeysuckle, tropical flavors. Fragrant entry of fresh, tart fruit flavors. Fine acidity balance with a pleasant mouthfeel. Very crisp finish, refreshing and clean with a moderate impression of sweetness.
Ripe apricot and raisin aromas lend complexity to this drier style of Asti mdash; still sweet, but the nutty bitterness in the finish gives a dry impression. A complete Italian dessert.
A light, refreshing Asti, this wineandrsquo;s scents of candied orange peel and pink grapefruit flavors end cleanly. Serve it with fresh fruit and cheese or at brunch with a goat cheese salad.
Medium-bodied. Moderate acidity. Medium fruit. Mild sweetness. Hay, minerals, pears. Vibrant acidity complements fruit superbly in this elegant, flavorful Asti. Features enticing aromas and complex flavors that last into a crisp, elongated finish.
Ripe apricot and raisin aromas lend complexity to this drier style of Asti andmdash; still sweet, but the nutty bitterness in the finish gives a dry impression. A complete Italian dessert.
A light, refreshing Asti, this winersquo;s scents of candied orange peel and pink grapefruit flavors end cleanly. Serve it with fresh fruit and cheese or at brunch with a goat cheese salad.
Food Pairings for Mondoro Moscato Moscato d'Asti
<p>Recognized by it unique color, this light yellow colored with tinges of green sparkling wine is Produced entirely from moscato grapes grown in the Asti region of northern Italy. The wine has a delicately sweet character. </p>
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