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Salvatore Principe Mi Amore Sparkling Moscato PDF Print E-mail
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By Cory Sebastian of Sebastian's Fine Food & Spirits

Italy


I didn't have the highest expectations when opening this bottle. I thought with its packaging and its name, it wasn't going to be "serious." You know what they say, "Don't judge a book by its cover." It is one my favorites that I have recently tasted. It displays really nice, almost subtle 'run down your chin ripe peach flavors.' More fruit was apparent and wasn't taken over by sweetness and the bubbles were just perfect—not too big, not too small … like Goldilocks said, "This one is just right." The price point is right in the middle, which is also a bonus and is widely available.

 
Three Thieves Bandit Moscato PDF Print E-mail
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By Cory Sebastian of
Sebastian's Fine Food & Spirits

Argentina

Picnics, boating and tailgating … these are just a few summer activities where one may want to enjoy an adult beverage. For those whose poison is wine, Bandit is an excellent option. Yes, it is served in a box; however, I would not compare this to the boxed wines most people are commonly familiar with. This moscato is from Argentina and has higher alcohol content than many of the others at 11%; it’s also not as sweet, uncharacteristic from the rest. Round sweet flavors are noted—melon and nectarine—but they don't linger long on the palate. Bandit wines can be found at most speciality grocery stores—Whole Foods and Outpost, for example. Throw a box in the basket; it makes drinking wine a whole lot easier when wine openers and stemware aren't readily available.

 
Allure California Bubbly Moscato PDF Print E-mail
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By Cory Sebastian of Sebastian's Fine Food & Spirits

Ceres, California


"Fresh, Fun, Lively." is the tagline for this Californian moscato. As mentioned, the moscato craze is upon us, and creating brand recognition is going to boost sales. People are visual creatures, and this is a bottle that invites me to pick it up and take another look, and that is half the battle. Its sleek, elegant, yet fun look may not match what’s inside, but it matches its buyer. Allure has big, bold bubbles and big, bold sweetness as well. A few good girlfriends sharing a few good laughs over a bottle of bubbles—sounds perfect.

 
Gancia Moscato d'Asti PDF Print E-mail
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By Cory Sebastian of Sebastian's Fine Food & Spirits

Piedmont, Italy
2010


Another winner! Gancia has excellent tropical fruit on the nose and the palate with notes of pineapple and slight passion fruit. Delicate bubbles also makes this one slightly more subtle. This bottle is geared toward an "old school" moscato drinker. This wine doesn't jazz up their product with gimmicks and branding; it relies on the quality of the product. Gancia moscato d'asti is also priced higher than some of the others but is still very affordable. I highly recommend this bottle for either an apertif or for dessert. It certainly excites the palate!

 
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