Sweeter style fruit driven wine typically for pre-dinner drinks, but can also be enjoyed bilang dessert wine, especially with fruit based desserts. Kung matamis ang taste mo sa mga drinks, or are newer to wine ito ang refreshing at masarap and versatile kasamang white meats at isda.
With a light straw colour and packed with crisp, grapey flavour, lush ripe fruit and tingly bubbles or ‘frizzante’ this wine is fresh and lively and oozes universal appeal. – Chris Urbano
Believed to have given its name by the Roman as they found its distinctive aroma akin to that of musk, and hence called it Moscato. Made from a blend of grapes from the Muscat family, this variety is enjoyed for its fresh grapey flavors and lively acidity. – Wine Maker (All Saints)
In most cases Moscato wine is a sweet, slightly bubbly (aka frizzante) white wine made from Muscat Blanc grapes often referred to more specifically as Moscato d’Asti. (see below for examples of more Mostcato styles). Though Moscato is often sweet, its low alcohol (5-7% ABV) and refreshing flavor profile makes Moscato more than just a dessert wine. – Blogger Review (winefolly.com)