Moscato, not just for girls in their early 20s. If done properly, a moscato is more than just an easy to drink beverage for those who don’t like the taste of alcohol. In fact, they’re perfect for that summer picnic, or to finish off an elegant dinner, and they’re rather affordable as well.
The name Moscato comes from the Moscato d’Asti wines, made famous in Italy’s Northwest Piedmont region. Most moscatos are slightly effervescent which makes them lighter by nature. Typically, the higher percentage of alcohol in a moscato, the drier it will be, ranging from 5% to 12% alcohol. They tend to carry more floral aromas with hints of fruit mixed in that adds a gentle acidity. A moscato is great when eating spicy foods, and even better for desserts due to its sweetness.
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