Just the best Moscato d'Asti money can buy, you'll never have more enjoyment packed into another bottle!
Our final bottle of the 2017 vintage.
On the Lawn at Tanglewood this evening with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, without orchestra or conductor 😉. Three humble souls playing an all BEETHOVEN program (Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor (Opus 1, No. 3) and Symphony No. 2 in D (Opus 36, arr. for piano trio by Beethoven)) with a few of the best players of instruments containing strings, Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Leonidas Kavakos (violin) and Emanuel Ax (piano). A true delight for lovers of Classical music this evening! — 6 days ago
Great Barbera, reminds me of a good Barberesco. — 5 days ago
Here we go! Great nose of spice, florals and mid season cherries. Also ripe but not as bad as the 09. Really really floral and spicey. But still that hint of tomato. Grrr. Wild mint as well. Even some rosemary. Tree bark. Citrus zest. Great depth. Palate is the most youthful and tannic of them all. Big structure and mouth coating tannins. Good structure. Seems like a Ghemme in body and rusticity. Nice length. Solid — 5 days ago
White! Delicious. Dray's mom would love this one. Fruitful with some carbonation.
Lady at Total Wine recommended. — 14 days ago
This is our all time favorite Muscato d Asti and always ensure that I have a few bottles in my cellar. — 3 days ago
Prunes and ripe red fruits. In the mouth you feel some pineapple and other exotic fruits. Quite tannic. — 15 days ago