Start or finish your big night with something special. This is that rare Moscato that achieves greater heights. It’s pure as flower blossoms, with ideal lime, lychee and ginger flavors. Perfect as an aperitif; even better with dessert or as a nightcap. And at a meager 5.5% alcohol it might just come in handy if you’re hoping to make it the whole nine yards.
Easy and mildly candied, with sweet aromas offset by lemon peel and green apple. Quite flavorful and ripe, with cinnamon apple, pineapple and Bartlett pear flavors. Truly zesty and smooth, with top-notch bubbles and body.
Passrì di Scrapona is a highly concentrated and rich dessert wine that shows very nice aromatic balance and intensity. Aromas here include toasted almond, apricot, honeysuckle and loads of honey. The wine feels syrupy and shows big weight and density on the long, sweet finish.
This luminous Moscato d’Asti delivers sweet aromas of stone fruit, lavender honey and delicate wild flowers, backed by creamy foamy effervescence and delicate sweetness. Pair this dessert wine with sponge cake or fruit pies.
A bit richer and sweeter than it might be in more typical vintages, Marenco's Moscato lacks the touch of acidity that would have focused its flavors more effectively. The honey, peach and pineapple flavors are rich and concentrated, they just seem a bit heavier than they should. Serve well chilled.
Brachetto d’Acqui is a sweet red sparkling wine with a light and lively style that puts emphasis on ease and informality. This expression offers cheerful aromas of wild berry and white cherry and is sweet and simple to the end.