Moscato Wine

Chris WilliamsMoscato wine sales continue to rise as the young, hip wine enthusiasts and those exploring the sweat wine scene continue to rave about this delicious semi-sweet, low alcohol, lightly fizzy white wine. I’ve tried numerous Moscatos and gathered some of the best Moscato brands on the market to review based on what I found to be the best flavor profiles and food pairings.


Interesting Note on Moscato: In February of 2012, Muscato wine became the third most popular white wine consumed within the United States.

My Top Choices for Moscato Wine – Castello del Poggio Moscato Provincia di Pavia

castello_poggio_moscato_750 Straw-yellow with golden reflections and a delicate mousse. Fruity and very inviting, with intense scents of peaches and exotic fruit. Fresh and pleasantely sweet with a taste that reveals its varietal characteristic.


2010 Windsor Moscato, Private Reserve, 750ml

2010 Windsor Moscato, Alexander Valley, Private Reserve, 750ml This incredibly seductive and beautifully scented Moscato from Windsor Vineyards is fully accented with ripe nectarine, apricot, honeysuckle, mandarin orange and lychee flavored Moscato. It’s rich and opulent taste brings forth the aroma, sweetness of the grapes and produces a mouthwatering touch of citrus and lime on the pallet. Best paired with a strawberry tart or other fruity pastry, a chilled glass of 2010 Windsor Moscato will take your evening to another level.