Moscato d’Asti is a fresh white and fruity moscato wine that is lightly sparkling. The overall flavour of this Italian sparkling wine is very sweet and less in alcohol. With food it is often combined with desert. Moscato d’Asti wine is produced from the best Moscato grapes. This wine is considered to be the best moscato wine in the world.
The region of Asti
Moscato d’Asti wine is made in the Piedmont region. Particularly in the region of Asti, north western Italy. The wine is a “Denominazione di origine controllata e garantita” sparkling white wine produced mainly in the province of Asti, north-west Italy, and in smaller nearby regions in the provinces of Alessandria and Cuneo. Moscato d’ Asti is a location name, a beautiful town, situated in the quiet rolling mountains of Piedmont region, in the north area of Italy. The rocky, sandstone soil there is perfect for growing moscato grapes. Moscato d’Asti is made from the Moscato Bianco grape (french: Muscat Blanc).
Theoretically a fizzante is an Italian sparkling wine. This moscato wine tends to have less bubbles when compared with its cousin Asti. This wine is very light and brittle in texture and comparatively less in alcoholic content about 5% to 7%. If it is the best Moscato wine you can debate about. It is al least a wine with a great tradition and a beautiful name.
Moscato d’Asti wine is easily served with the conventional Italian biscotti or wafer in the summer season with a brittle garden salad. In the Piedmont region, it is a custom to drink this Italian sparkling wine in festivity, marriages and on Christmas Day. It is is brilliant when coupled with cheese, fruit or a mild dessert, like crème caramel. Astonishingly, it is also a high-quality accompaniment to different types of pizza.
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White Wine by Elio Perrone from Piedmont, Italy. The 2019 Elio Perrone Moscato d’Asti Sourgal is a yellow color that changes toward green, vivid and brilliant. Intense nose, it recalls orange flowers, yellow peach, sage, and freshly-picked.
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White Wine by La Spinetta from Piedmont, Italy. Fresh and irresistible, with notes of pear and zesty tangerine. The bright palate features flavors of stone fruit, tangerine and a hint of honey.
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Vintage by Guido Berta from Piedmont, Italy. Straw yellow, bright, rich perlage. Extraordinary fresh intensity. Notes of fresh fruits such as peaches and sweet notes of orange blossom ending with an intriguing meringue note. A pleasantly.
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White Wine by Cantine Elvio Tintero from Piedmont, Italy. Everything you could want in a Moscato, Marco’s is special because it comes from a perfect little micro-terroir for the Moscato grape. Simply delicious.
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White Wine by Elvio Cogno from Piedmont, Italy. This delightful wine has a bright, pale-yellow color while the nose is aromatic and intense with exotic fruits and lots of flowers. The mouth is sweet and rich but the fresh acidity …
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White Wine by La Morandina from Piedmont, Italy. Light yellow with green reflections. The nose is fragrant and fresh, with orange flower notes. Lychee, gardenia and aromatic herbs. The palate is similar to the nose, slightly sparkling with.
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White Wine by Saracco from Piedmont, Italy. Lightly sparkling aromatic wine. Aromas of peach, apricot, lemon peel and white flowers. Complex, good body with balance between sweetness and acidity, nice persistence. Recommended Pairings.
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White Wine by Saracco from Piedmont, Italy. Straw yellow with greenish hues, fine perlage, slow fermentation index. The nose has notes of intense orange blossom, peach and thyme (the main aromas found in the grapes). The palate is intense.