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Oddero Moscato d'Asti 2013

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

Fresh and crisp with gentle orchard fruit tones on the nose framed by hints of powdered sugar, lime leaf, and an herbal top notes, this explodes on the palate with wonderfully aromatic sweet Meyer lemon toned fruit that has great sweet/tart energy right through the long, sugar lengthened, Finish. It's not the greatest wine in the world, but it is incredibly delicious! 90pts

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Oddero:
Our winery is nestled in the Langhe hills, overlooking a sea of vines. Just as in the past, only grapes from family-owned vineyards are used to make Oddero wines. “Poderi e Cantine Oddero” (Oddero Estate and Winery) is a historic name among Barolo producers. Run for generations by men, it is now in the hands of Mariacristina and Mariavittoria, the daughters of Giacomo Oddero, Bar... Read more
Our winery is nestled in the Langhe hills, overlooking a sea of vines. Just as in the past, only grapes from family-owned vineyards are used to make Oddero wines. “Poderi e Cantine Oddero” (Oddero Estate and Winery) is a historic name among Barolo producers. Run for generations by men, it is now in the hands of Mariacristina and Mariavittoria, the daughters of Giacomo Oddero, Barolo patriarch and a man whose fame reaches beyond the Langhe. The company dedicates its full attention to the winemaking process, blending ancient wisdom and modern production techniques with patience and tenacity: from the pruning of the vines to the pressing of the grapes, up to the ageing of selected vintages. Oddero vines grow in some of the best and sunniest sites (known as sôri) on the hills in the Barolo and Barbaresco zones and beyond. Read less

Editorial Reviews for Oddero Moscato d'Asti

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065217,183
4.00 5
Vintage: 2010 05/19/2011

Fresh and crisp with gentle orchard fruit tones on the nose framed by hints of powdered sugar, lime leaf, and an herbal top notes, this explodes on the palate with wonderfully aromatic sweet Meyer lemon toned fruit that has great sweet/tart energy right through the long, sugar lengthened, Finish. It's not the greatest wine in the world, but it is incredibly delicious! 90pts


Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065217,183
4.00 5
Vintage: 2007 09/23/2008

Lovely fruit on the nose with a touch of sage, lemon rind, lime leaf, and juicy sweetness 2+ Nicely balanced acid/sugar levels 2 An almost creamy aspect to the Meyer lemon core is gently shaded with sage and candied lime zest 2+ Finishes round and juicy 2 88pts


Member Reviews for Oddero Moscato d'Asti

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Snooth User: Barcelonaguy
869311206
3.00 5
Vintage: 2010 06/26/2011

Not balanced at all and I found it too sweet...The nose was floral with hints of lemon and orange. Best with spicy food.


Snooth User: kiarra33
8845537
1.00 5
Vintage: 2010 07/12/2011

One glass


Snooth User: ibhalotia
20944142
5.00 5
Vintage: 2007 07/04/2009

Five glasses


External Reviews for Oddero Moscato d'Asti

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Vintage: 2010 05/21/2011

To be great, a Moscato needs two things: balance and minerality. The sweet, floral Muscat grape requires complementary acidity, and minerality gives the wine its complexity. Oddero’s Moscato has both, and it is delightful.


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Vintage: 2009 12/09/2010

The success of a Moscato relies on its balance and minerality. Acidity is required to compliment the sweet, floral flavors of the Muscat grape. There must be minerality to take the wine to a heightened level of complexity. Oddero accomplished both and the result is delightful.



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