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Manfredi Moscato D’Asti 750ml 5.5%


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Manfredi Moscato d’Asti is a delightful Italian sparkling wine known for its sweet and aromatic qualities.

Tasting Notes:

  • Color: Manfredi Moscato d’Asti typically exhibits a pale golden color with a slight effervescence.
  • Aroma: A highly aromatic wine, offering an enchanting bouquet of fresh and ripe white peaches, orange blossoms, and fragrant honeysuckle. Its aromatic profile is one of its most distinguishing features.
  • Taste: On the palate, Manfredi Moscato d’Asti is sweet and luscious, with flavors of juicy stone fruits, apricots, and a hint of citrus zest. Its natural sweetness is balanced by a gentle acidity, creating a harmonious and refreshing taste.

Pairing: This Moscato d’Asti is an excellent choice for pairing with desserts, such as fruit tarts, pastries, or creamy desserts like panna cotta. It also pairs wonderfully with fresh fruit, making it a delightful addition to brunches or as an aperitif.

Winemaking: Made from the Muscat grape variety, and its production process preserves the grape’s natural sweetness and aromatic qualities. The wine is typically low in alcohol, and its effervescence is achieved through the Charmat method. Thus capturing the wine’s delicate bubbles.

Region: Manfredi Moscato d’Asti is produced in the Asti region of Piedmont, Italy, which is renowned for its production of high-quality sparkling wines.

Presentation: The wine is often presented in a classic bottle with a cork closure and a label that reflects its Italian heritage.

Manfredi Moscato d’Asti is a delightful choice for those who appreciate sweet, aromatic wines. Its versatility and refreshing character make it a popular choice for a variety of occasions. Such as casual gatherings to special celebrations.

Weight 1.6 kg
Bottle Size

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