Saracco Moscato d'Asti
Light lovely and altogether tantalizing, it ought to be a sin to drink Saracco Moscato d'Asti. Perhaps, that's why it's so hard to put this wine down; it's forbidden fruit, and before you know it the bottle is empty and you're looking for another bottle. or two. Moscato d'Asti is typically light, effervescent, low in alcohol, and long on flavor, but the Saracco is more than the usual pleasant dose of lush Moscato one comes to expect from this type of wine, it is the ultimate Moscato d'Asti. Peach, pear, and what can best be described as the scent and savor of ambrosia haunt every sip of this naturally fruity, bubbly. Not only does the Saracco provide a fine dollop of the ancient Muscat grape in every glass, it is impeccably balanced, so it never comes off as ponderous or sugary sweet. It is advised serving the Saracco Moscato d'Asti lightly or moderately chilled. Since it is easier to let a wine warm up in the glass rather than cool down, suggested to chill this Moscato to approximately 40 F, then allowing it to open slowly and unfold in the glass. Enjoy!