The 9 Best Moscato Wines To Bring To Your Next Brunch

Jan 14, 2022 210

BY: Katie Bourque

Moscato can get an (undeserved!) bad rap. Though it's available in semi-sweet and dry varieties, haters often dismiss the sparkling wine as too sugary. Well, guess what? They don't know what they're missing out on. The right bottle of Moscato has a refreshingly light and fruity taste, the kind of wine that's prefect for sipping at brunch or as an after-dinner treat. And this type of good Moscato isn't necessarily expensive, if you know where to look.

Moscato wines are produced in Italy with Muscat grapes. There are over 200 varieties of the grape, which means the wine can vary greatly. It's known for its sweet and perfume-y flavors due to the high residual sugar and low acidity in the Muscat grapes. Take a sip and you'll likely pick up flavors of peach, apricot, citrus, rose petal, and elderflower.

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