Sergio Cerrino Brich Menu Moscato D'asti 2008 Wine Review
Sergio Cerrino Brich Menu Moscato D'asti 2008
D.O.C.G., Piedmont, Italy
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Bottle size: 750 ml
Natalie's Score: 89/100
Vintages Wine Panel: Pretty award-winning Moscato d’Asti with aromas of peach, ripe apple, pear and apricot. Medium in sweetness with excellent fruit replays and a fine core of acidity to bring balance. This moderately fizzy, low-alcohol wine is an excellent choice for after-dinner sipping, or serve it with freshly cut, unsweetened pineapple. My note: I love most Moscato d’Astis and every time I try them, I chastise myself for not drinking them more often. They have a light spritz and a touch of sweetness that expresses itself more in citrus ripeness and orange zest rather than in any sort of cloying sweetness. They make wonderful aperitifs and digestifs. This one has lovely notes of clementines, fleshy ripe peach and apricot preserves. Give it a go.
Moscato D'asti food pairings: fruit-based desserts, biscotti.
This Sergio Cerrino Brich Menu Moscato D'asti 2008 was reviewed on January 23, 2010 by Natalie MacLean
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