Moscato d’Asti can be considered a simple luxury. A wine that shows depth and character and wide range of interpretations depending on the vintage, the winemaker, and the vines.
Luxury. It is a word that is often tossed around frequently now. Does it mean the word has lost it is spark? No. On the contrary; luxury now has several meanings. It is not always determined by price. Luxury is not an exclusive club where only certain members are allowed. Luxury is a lifestyle and it is accessible to everyone who wants a piece of it.
The key is knowing that luxury exists on many levels, but the best type of luxury is simple. Luxury has not lost its luster.
Simple luxuries exist all around. It could be the enjoyment of a morning cup of coffee, reading a good book, travel, and devouring a meal. It doesn’t have to be elaborate or formal. It is taking the time to appreciate the smaller things available to you and find the luxury in the everyday joys we normally take for granted.
If we think of the region where Moscato d’Asti is grown we have to think of luxury. Piedmont. The name alone to wine connoisseurs represent luxury. The region is known throughout the world because of the beauty of the land and the wines coming from the land. The region is often visited by wine lovers looking for their versions of simple luxuries. Every sip of wine is a simple luxury.
Moscato d’Asti can be considered a simple luxury. A wine that shows depth and character and wide range of interpretations depending on the vintage, the winemaker, and the vines. The simple luxury of letting the land do what is here to do. It embodies a lifestyle full of pleasure and complexity. Moscato’s various interpretations of fruit or flowers add to its diversity. Each glass is a chance to explore new flavors and textures and with each glass comes a little bit of self-discovery. Moscato d’Asti, a simple luxury.