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Buy Riunite Movendo Moscato 750ml for less at Wine Chateau SKU: 1548701
Riunite Movendo Moscato
Riunite Movendo Moscato
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Straw yellow in color with goldenreflections. Intense aromas of honeywith hints of pear and apricot. Freshand lively taste with notes of apricoton the finish.Soft pressing of the grapes followed by a 24 hour maceration atlow temperature. Fermentation in stainless steel at controlledtemperatures for 3 weeks.Ideal with foods that hint of spice, light desserts, fresh fruit,and mild cheeses.
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I love this wine,the stores in my area can't keep it in stock. It tastes wonderful.

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Sparkling and delicious!! Similar to a champagne...very bubbly! My new fave!

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Notes on the Riunite Movendo Moscato 750ML

Technical Notes Light straw yellow with greenish hues. Delicate and perfumed bouquet with subtle floral notes. The palate is soft and well balanced with hints of mineral and golden apple flavors. The Frizzante style provides a lively and lingering finish.

Additional Notes (Moscato in Italy, Moscatel in Spain and Portugal) is the name given to one of the oldest grape families in the world. The grapes we know today as Muscat – which are believed to have originated in the Middle East – have been used in winemaking since the times of the ancient Greeks. However, a long history brings with it an equally long list of synonyms, mutations and crossings.

Availability
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will ship between April 21 and April 22
Case of 6
will ship between April 21 and April 22