I used to avoid this wine because I thought it would be disgustingly sweet but it's absolutely wonderful! It isn't overly sweet and it does not taste like cupcakes. Would definitely get again and would bring to events!!! — a year ago
This energetic pink bubbly from one of Spain’s iconic producers displays intense red berry, blood orange and floral character with a mineral flourish. Chewy and tightly focused, the 2016 shows a refreshingly bitter edge on a dry, persistent finish that emphatically repeats the floral theme. $25.00 (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, October 2018) — 2 years ago
Vietti Winery Dinner with Elena Currado; 26 October 2018 at Wheatleigh Hotel; Lenox, MA
My favorite Moscato d'Asti, mineral drive just perfect, sweetness kept to the absolute minimum. We've been buying this bottle for almost 10 years, never enough in the cellar. — 2 years ago
Sweet with light orange blossom and peach. — 2 years ago
A nice Moscato D'Asti from Italy. Sweet with high acidity and nicely balanced.
Showing citrus, lemons, tropical fruits, apples, honey, melons, pears, kiwi and pineapples.
Medium bodied with nice length on the finish. Rich, extracted and elegant.
A great dessert wine to pair with cakes, ice-cream or just by itself.
5.5% alcohol by volume.
$13. — a year ago
The Baumard family growing the noble Chenin at Rochefort in the Anjou for centuries, in 1953 they acquired a vineyard in the Quarts de Chaume, & in 1968, purchased acreage in Savennieres. Straw with full fruit and light spice aromas. On the palate ripe apple, pear & melon, complex, with vivid acidity. Lingering, ending with mineral and sweet honey character. Wow. A white that should age well.
— a year ago