Moscato wine sales continue to rise as rappers, sweet wine enthusiasts and those just venturing into the wine scene sing the praises of this delicious semi-sweet, low alcohol, fun and fizzy white wine find. We've gathered some of the best Moscato wine brands on the market to review based on flavor profiles, food pairing capabilities and overall value. Check them out below. Don't see your favorite Moscato? No worries, share it here.
Arguably one of Piedmont's most notable names for authentic, easy to find, delicious to drink Moscato wine, Saracco puts together a gorgeous ensemble of floral aromas with beautifully balanced acidity. Lighter-bodied with a semi-sweet palate appeal and a refreshing fizz factor make this Italian white perfect for pairing with fresh seasonal fruit. Or if you prefer the yin and yang of the well-matched flavors of sweet and spice, mix this Moscato up with the heat of Asian fare or Cajun cuisine.
Cupcake Moscato is a light-hearted white wine that embodies the sweet and fizzy expectations that have come to be somewhat synonymous with many Moscato wines on today's market. With plenty of residual sugar to keep the flavors sweet and alcohol low, the Cupcake Moscato brings fragrant floral notes to the nose and peaches and pineapple fruit to the palate. Perfect for sipping on its own or as an aperitif, consider pairing this Moscato with a fresh fruit tart or raspberry cheesecake.
Easy to find with its bright blue bottle, the Ecco Domani Moscato is a sweet treat for those looking for a refreshing white wine with a slight effervescence, semi-sweet style and lower on the alcohol than your typical white wine. Expect vibrant aromas to include honeysuckle, tangerine and ripe peach along with candied citrus on the palate with a decent dose of supporting stone fruit, well-managed acidity and very food-friendly nature.
This light pink, slightly sweet Australian Moscato offers a flirtatious mix of strawberries and cream with a whisper of rose petal on the nose. Intense sweet fruit, playful frizzante bubbles and an unexpected, enduring finish all collide to make this a must try Moscato.
This authentic Moscato releases delicate floral-filled aromas and exotic tropical fruit on the outset. With the palate profile packing D'Anjou pear and red apple nuances, the fizzy, fruit-forward themes run well balanced from the semi-sweet start to fairly, full finish.
Admittedly, this is one of the pricier Moscatos on our "top picks" list, yet once you've tasted what Ceretto can do with the Moscato grape we think you'll see why. Presenting plenty of passion fruit mingled with the sweet floral scents of orange blossom on the nose, this wine continues to gain intensity on the palate. Honeyed peach preserves and the concentrated tastes of candied fruit make their way along the palate profile. Good acidity, depth and overall balance keep this Moscato from being over sweet. Consider pairing with peach pie, raspberry sorbet or a lemon meringue.
This Moscato brings apricots and almonds to the nose with a lively, honeysuckle component playing in the background. On the palate you can expect vivid, ripe fruit with a favorable focus on melon, peach and tangerine to maintain the key talking points. This is a well-priced, well-managed Moscato with good distribution to boot.
Barefoot Moscato - quite possibly the best bargain Moscato brand around, after all $5 is tough to beat. This is a light-hearted, easy-going, non-vintage Moscato that brings all of the sweet, spritzy flavors of juicy peach, a touch of apricot and some serious citrus to the glass. A fun, sweet, bubbly wine, that's easy on the wallet and a snap to find, Barefoot has flung the consumer door to Moscato wide open.
Often associated with introducing the world to "White Zin," Sutter Home has a knack for producing sweet-themed, crowd-pleasing wine. Their pink Moscato is no exception. Reminiscent of peaches and cream on the nose and playing the part again on the palate, this Moscato is brimming with ripe, rich stonefruit from pleasing start to fruit-laden finish. Perfect for sipping anytime.
Classic Italian Moscato from the get go, the Bartenura Moscato offers a lively nose filled with melon and citrus. The palate doesn't stray too far from the initial aromatic impression, bringing more melon and sweet tangerine taste together with well-honed acidity and remarkable balance. This is a truly lovely Moscato, well worth the search.