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Most Moscato d'Astis essentially taste the same, some are just fruitier or sweeter than others. This slightly efferve...Read more...
Note from tasting: peachy, sparkly ["The Other Piedmont" at Bin 105, Lincoln NE, 19 May 2012. Not my taste, but of the few Moscatos I've had, this ... Read more
Have you ever drank a bowl of peaches and pears? Although it may not be physically possible to do so, the Saracco Moscato d’Asti 2011 will give you... Read more
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Note from tasting: peachy, sparkly ["The Other Piedmont" at Bin 105, Lincoln NE, 19 May 2012. Not my taste, but of the few Moscatos I've had, this is the best, 4.0 in that respect!]
Have you ever drank a bowl of peaches and pears? Although it may not be physically possible to do so, the Saracco Moscato d’Asti 2011 will give you that sensation. It’s the ultimate brunch (or breakfast) wine. Light, low in alcohol, sweet (but not cloyingly so), and delightfully fizzy Moscato d’Asti is pure refreshment. Hailing from the Asti region of Italy’s Piedmont, where you also find fantastic red wines made from the Barbera grape, drinking the Saracco Moscato d’Asti gives you an idea why the popularity of this grape has exploded all over the world. Now wineries can’t buy Moscato grapes fast enough to turn into wine. But this grape has never been a fad in Asti; wineries like Saracco have been quietly making Moscato and making it delicious. Slice up some of the best seasonal fruit you can find, open a bottle, and enjoy.
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мамине улюблене Солодкість: солодке Виноград: 100% Москато Бьянко Канеллі Вміст алкоголю: 5,5% Вміст цукру: 140г/л Колір: Вино золотистого кольору Аромат/букет: Аромат фруктово-квітковий з нотками апельсина, персика Смак: Смак дуже ніжний, збалансований, гармонійний
I absolutely love this wine. This is my favorite all time moscato
Strawberries and peaches jump out, smells floral. Fizzy in the mouth and lingers. Smooth finish, delicious.
I have had 2 bottles from the 2008 vintage. The first time I tried it, it was not as sweet as I anticipated. I decided to give it another chance since the SA had recommended it and stated that it was the sweetest Moscato they carried. I am glad I did because it was very good! However, it is not as fizzy as some other Moscatos that I have tried.
External Reviews for Saracco Moscato d'Asti
Frischer, fruchtbetonter, leichter Dessertwein aus vollreifen Moscato-Trauben. Cremige und leichte Perlage mit sauberer, erfrischend klarer Aromatik und nur 5 % Alkohol. Ein Wein zum Spass haben.
Reintönige, aromatische Muskatfrucht mit blumigen Noten, frisch, sanft perlend, mit vollem Körper, intensivem Aroma, langem Abgang und einer perfekten Ausgewogenheit zwischen Süsse und Säure. Süss aber nicht klebrig, leicht aber nicht belanglos. Eine erfrischende, verführerische Köstlichkeit aus dem Piemont. Moscato vom Allerfeinsten!
We've known that Saracco was the master of Moscato for some time, his is one of our favorites especially in the 375ml half-bottle for it's lovely white peach and lavender aromatics, delicate fizz, and crisp acidity.
Auge: helles Gelb; Nase: typischer Duft nach Muskattrauben; Gaumen: leicht süss, aromatisch, charaktervoll
elegant, fruchtig, aromareich, prickelnd, weich
We've known that Saracco was the master of Moscato for some time, his is one of our favorites for it's lovely white peach and lavender aromatics, delicate fizz, and crisp acidity. Perfect as an aperitif, or with spicy cuisine.
Moscato d'Asti is a unique wine where the beautiful aromas of the grapes are enhanced by a crisp, nice acidity, a light fizziness and the sweetness of the natural residual sugar. The low alcohol content makes it a very easy, pleasant wine perfect to finish a meal with dessert, or alone as a nice mid-day break.
Most Moscato d'Astis essentially taste the same, some are just fruitier or sweeter than others. This slightly effervescent, sexy, seductive wine displays gorgeous tropical fruit and floral notes, very good acidity, which makes it taste more lively than many Moscatos, and a light-bodied finish. The wine is a thrill to drink, but it should be consumed as either an aperitif or with fruit desserts over the next six months.
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