About Paolo Saracco
Up in the hills surrounding Castiglione Tinella, a stunning view of the Alps provides a backdrop for Paolo Saracco’s Moscato. Planted in a limestone soil coursing with sandy veins, the grapes are harvested individually, bunch by bunch. Low yields and extreme care result in fresh, bright, racy Moscato; some of the most delicate and filigreed examples made, with wonderful elegance, balance and pristine fruit flavor.
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Very nice sweet wine!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great taste for someone who prefers a mild wine and a wonderful floral taste. Not bitter...very sweet.
Wonderful for People who dont like the alcohol taste
Wonderful tasting wine, like sparkling white grape juice. Great for people who dont like alcoholic drinks that taste like alcohol.
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Nice Moscato d'Asti
I like this wine but prefer the Villa Giada. This wine is very sweet but borders on a syrup like thickness which the Villa Giada does not. Because of the sweetness, I place this wine just above the Villa Lanata which has some of the same characteristics but isn't as sweet. This wine is also slightly less expensive than the Villa Giada.
Italy, like France, offers a world of wine styles within a single country: dry
Italian white wines ranging from lively and minerally to powerful and full-bodied; cheap
and cheerful Italian red wines in both a cooler, northern style and a richer, warmer southern
style; structured, powerful reds capable of long aging in bottle; sparkling wines;
sweet wines and dessert wines.
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One of the more versatile white wine grapes, Muscat is grown around the world for use in use in light and dry wines, low-alcohol sparkling wines, and sweet, late-harvest wines. Its proliferation around the world (and especially around the Mediterranean) leads us to conclude that Muscat was one of the first...
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