Moscato wines are produced in a multitude of styles, from light-bodied, medium-bodied, full-bodied, dry, off-dry, dessert wines, sweet, very sweet, frazzinate (slightly bubbly), sparkling, and still wines. Sparkling Moscato wines should be chilled to 45 degrees Fahrenheit before serving. White still Moscato wines should be chilled to 50 degrees Fahrenheit before serving. Dessert Moscato wines are best experienced when the wine is chilled to 60 degrees Fahrenheit before serving. Moscato wines are known for their distinctive grapey bouquet and flavor. With hundreds of grape varieties in the Moscato grape family there is not one true Moscato wine. Each Moscato wine has its own regional nuances and character. Regardless of where the Moscato grapes are grown or the style of wines they are used to produce, all Moscato wines have similar bouquets / flavors. Bouquets and flavors that are common with all Moscato wines are fresh grapes, honeysuckle, orange blossom, peach, apple, pear, lime, apricot, citrus tones, almonds, and ginger.
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