Moscato d'Asti Bricco Quaglia DOCG 2012
yellow with green reflectionsfull bodied, vibrant, fresh, delicately sweet, yet light; a wine that surprises by its remarkable freshness and brilliant fruit flavors; traditionally as a desert wine, but also for aperitif, afternoon refreshment.Add winemaker's notes
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yellow with green reflectionsfull bodied, vibrant, fresh, delicately sweet, yet light; a wine that surprises by its remarkable freshness and brilliant fruit flavors; traditionally as a desert wine, but also for aperitif, afternoon refreshment.
One of the most refreshing aperitif wines money canbuy, a Moscato d'Asti is extremely low in alcohol (usually under 6%). No one makes a better, slightly sparkling Moscato than La Spinetta. They offer multiple single vineyard offerings, all of which are usually outstanding. The vineyard differences are less important than the fact that readers should purchase this wine. Offers pear and citrus fruit, with interesting notes of light honey and fresh ginger. Medium-bodied and medium sweet, with a gentle froth. Has lots of ginger on the finish. Drink now. 8,300 cases made.
Strohgelb mit grünlichen Reflexen, aromatisch süß mit Orangen-, Linden und Akaziennoten, elegant.
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