To Try, Buy And Put By

12th March, 2017

Sweet wine, with a hint of bubbles, is the antithesis of what wine lovers are told they should like these days. Our attention is being directed towards austere, light and restrained wines. However, there is another wine world with succulence, sweetness and easy drinking joyfulness. And its name is Moscato. This authentic Piedmont example has super-ripe melon sweetness, a touch of custard, and a hint of orange rind at the finish.

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