Evidently, the folks at Gallo are doing their part in providing plenty (and I do mean plenty) of options for Moscato lovers. This Chilean import is part of their Gallo Family Vineyards line of wines.
Wine: Moscato Chile
Notes: In the glass, this budget white was a light gold. On the nose I found scents of peach and apple. It was medium-to-light in body and with enough viscosity to begin edging toward a syrupy feel. Flavors for me were ripe peach, apple and a touch of persimmon. It’s a sweet wine, to be sure. Alcohol is at 9%. I think if the acidity had been a tad brighter in this Gallo offering, I would have enjoyed it more. I’ve been tasting a number of Moscato’s lately. This wasn’t a terrible glass of wine in my opinion, but it wasn’t my favorite.
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