The moment has arrived!
In the United States today is the start of what many call the “feasting season.” Yes, it’s the holiday many people gather to give thanks, but it is also a huge food event.
Whenever I hear the expression "dessert wine," I can't help from chortling. And what's worse, whenever I hear the words "wine and chocolate" used together in conjunction with the word "tasting," I literally can't help myself from laughing out loud.
One thing brunch does is allow for late nights and the enjoyment of what many term “breakfast food” the next day. The fact that Moscato d’Asti pairs well with most of traditional breakfast dishes is a testament to its versatility.
I can't remember a Texas Thanksgiving without Moscato d'Asti: It's a wine that everyone loves, that everyone can coalesce around, that everyone can share in celebration.
In celebrating family, I open a bottle of Moscato d’Asti, and celebrate family. I may no longer run marathons, but the supper rituals never get old.
Creative pairings for Moscato d'Asti are increasingly common (and that's good news!).
Why not spend that time learning about the region of Moscato d’Asti and its wine. It is a wine that works for all seasons and for celebrating big and small occasions.
Moscato d'Asti is the world's only sparkling wine that's made using no refined sugar; only the grape's natural sugar is used.
The belief that Moscato d’Asti doesn’t have depth and character is wrong. Moscato d’Asti can be paired with many food dishes outside of dessert