Located in the village of Castiglione Tinella in the heart of the Piedmont Region called the Langhe, four generations the Saracco family has been Moscato d' Asti. Clear, light, almost white color, with small bubbles, Frizzante-style. Pronounced nose, floral and ripe white peaches, with notes of honeysuckle. Sweet, the palate follows the nose with the addition of orange citrus flavors with low acidity and nice medium length finish. Consistent. — 21 days ago
Moscato that Rhonda really likes. Buy a case. — a month ago
Love the sweet but not overly sweet taste. Notes of honey, white peach, and a lingering finish. — 2 months ago
Also in love — 2 months ago
Gorgeous, polished, silky texture. Oaked (which gives it some mid palate weight) but not overly so. Cherry liqueur with some bay leaf on the finish. Finishes a tad hot and bitter. Barbera is just too light a variety. This is one of the better examples I’ve had and it still struggles to hold the higher alcohol levels (15% per the label—can that be right?) of Piemonte in these recent warm vintages.
— 11 days ago
Good! Super short finish, berry forward, and Kyle says “Good with C’momo” - if cheap, would case this one — 3 days ago
One of MY FAVES. Could drink all day! Tried @ GenuWine — 2 months ago