Moscato has a distinct mouth feel and caresses the palette to show its full expression when paired. Moscato is liquid texture
Every glass of wine tells a story. The story of first the land. Without the land there will be no wine. The next is of the winemaker. The winemaker is not only central in making the wine, but is also the heart of the vineyard. The winemaker helps the land and the vines to produce the best fruit in order to make the best wine each year. This is only part of how wine is complex.
Wine is liquid texture. When wine is explained it is usually explained in color, aromas, and notes. Often times the textural components are not as expressed as they should be. It is similar to the feel of cashmere. At first the look of cashmere may be similar to a particular wool, but upon feel the difference is realized. There is a lushness and softness that is immediate upon the first touch.
Next comes the continuation of the soft textual notes as it lingers on your finger. Questions then start to form. How does is this so soft? What makes cashmere so special? It starts from the ground up. It’s from the animals with the softest fur to make the best cashmere. The texture of cashmere is unparalleled. It is unique. It is an item where quality over quantity matters. Cashmere is a luxurious item and once you experience its softness and elegance it is hard not to want more. It captivates and never lets you go. It is not a fad and due to its materials will stand the test of time.
Moscato d’Asti is similar to cashmere. Many people haven’t experience the true beauty of Moscato d’Asti. They have experienced an interpretation that does not represent what it truly is and what it will truly become in the glass. It has a distinct mouth feel and caresses the palette to show its full expression when paired. Moscato is liquid texture.