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Moscato Wikipedia.
Moscato may refer to.: Muscat grape, a family of grapes used in wine-making. Moscato d'Asti' an Italian sparkling wine. Judah Moscato, Italian rabbi, poet, and philosopher of the sixteenth century. Vincent Moscato, former French international rugby player, now radio host, actor and comedian.
Moscato Wine Wine Varieties Cellarmasters.
Victorian winemakers such Wirra Wirra and Chapel Hill produce excellent examples of Australian Moscato as do Serafino, Pirramimma and Two Hands as well as Yalumba and Angove. The future of Moscato Wine. There is growing popular for Moscato, Asti Spumante in particular, in America.
Moscato Finds a New Following The New York Times.
Beras Moscato certainly shows great purity and complex flavors. While some people might consider Moscato a simple wine, best served as an aperitif or as an after-dinner get-rid-of-the-guests ploy, I would have no hesitation serving Beras Moscato dAsti at the table.
Moscato Learn About Moscato Wine Wine 101.
Drake and other rappers helped popularize Moscato wine in recent years. While Moscato is perfect for sipping alone, it also does very well, just like Riesling a wine we know Kanye West is fond of, when its paired with spicy food.
Moscato d'Asti' Wikipedia.
Cultivated for hundreds of years in the Piedmont DOCG in Italy, Moscato bianco is considered one of the oldest grapes grown in that area. Although Moscato has been cultivated and made in the area, modern production of Moscato dAsti as it is known now began in the 1870s.

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