Sparkling Wine Sunday! Beviamo Sparkling Moscato

by Jennifer Stinnett on November 18, 2012

It’s Sunday and you should be having a little fun! I decided I needed to add fun AND color into my day. I did that pretty nicely!

Sparkling Moscato Wine, Sparkling Moscato Wine ReviewBeviamo
Sparkling Moscato

So you might be wondering what Beviamo means. I wondered. Actually, originally I thought the name of this wine was Bevlamo because the letter on the front is a little tricky looking. Google knew better and sent me to the correct site where I found out it was called Beviamo. Getting back to what it means …. Beviamo means “drink” or “to drink” which is exactly what I would suggest you do with this sparkling wine! Drink!

You might have remembered my review of Sparkling Moscato Rosato from this same brand. If you don’t, feel free to click that link back there to read that sparkling wine review. This wine is sweet as well but much sweeter than the Moscato Rosato.

Sparkling Moscato is similar to their Beviamo Moscato d’Asti, but THIS wine is a full sparkling wine, closer to champagne. You’ll notice a difference if you compare the 2 side by side.

The taste on this wine is fresh with tangerines and honey flavors. I detected a little bit of pear-ness in it, but with the honey flavors … it really was a nice wine. For me personally, (you will have your own ideas) I would treat this wine as a dessert wine. It would be nice with a fresh salad and maybe some spicy tuna sushi … but personally – I’d stick to a fun after dinner drink.

Here is a little excerpt from the company on how this wine is made:

The grapes are hand harvest from select vineyard sites in Northern Italy. Upon arrival to the winery, the grapes are sorted de-stemmed, pressed and the must separated from the seeds and stems. The juice is then transferred into pressurized stainless steel tanks for fermentation. When the fermentation reaches the desired alcohol level, the fermentation is stopped by cooling the wine down to 32 degrees Fahrenheit leaving a touch of residual sugar. After a couple of months of aging in the tanks, the wine is bottled.

There you have it! A nice wine coming to us all the way from Italy! Have you had this sparkling wine? Did you like it? Would love to hear your thoughts on this wine below!

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