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Vietti Moscato D’Asti

Sometimes, you want a wine that you don’t have to think a whole lot about. Sometimes, you just want something that’s seductively saccharine that you can drink with, or instead of, baklava.

Moscato D’Asti is sugary, honeyed, peachy, and delicious served very well chilled.

It hails from Piedmont, where some of the finest wine in the world is produced – Barolo, Barbaresco – and one can imagine the feeling of polishing off a masterful Barolo with dinner, and following up with a Moscato as a treat to your palate, and a sort of, “why not” mentality.

Vietti’s Moscato is loaded with candied fruit, and enough bubbles to make your taste buds dance. Like any good dessert, it’ll make you smile when you indulge.

The post Wine and Baklava – Together! appeared first on The National Herald.

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