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Castello del Poggio Moscato Provincia di Pavia - Muscat White Wine

Castello del Poggio Moscato Provincia di Pavia - Muscat White Wine

$11.99

White Wine by Castello del Poggio from Piedmont, Italy. Straw-yellow with golden reflections and a delicate mousse. Fruity and very inviting, with intense scents of peaches and exotic fruit. Fresh and pleasantly sweet with a taste that reveals its varietal characteristic. [Read more]

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Earl Stevens Mangoscato - Muscat White Wine

Earl Stevens Mangoscato - Muscat White Wine

$20.00  $17.99

White Wine by Earl Stevens from California. The sweet aroma of mango jumps out of the glass with this wine. Even served over ice the subtle aromas of citrus and apple show up. The flavor is lightly sweet but crisp and refreshing at the same time. The flavors of ripe mango and other fruit play gen... [Read more]

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Middle Sister Sweet and Sassy Moscato - Muscat White Wine

Middle Sister Sweet and Sassy Moscato - Muscat White Wine

$12.00  $8.99

White Wine by Middle Sister from California. After a long hard day of being fabulous, I like to relax with a glass of wine. But I don't want it to bite me back. Isn't there enough drama in this world? That's why this wine is my new best wine friend. With a touch of natural sweetness, it's smooth ... [Read more]

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Folonari Moscato - Muscat White Wine

Folonari Moscato - Muscat White Wine

$6.99

White Wine by Folonari from Tuscany, Italy. The Folonari Moscato has lovely notes of gardenias and white peaches brought to life by a slight effervescence and crisp acidity. [Read more]

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Rosatello Moscato - Muscat White Wine

Rosatello Moscato - Muscat White Wine

$11.99

White Wine by Rosatello from Italian, Italy. This perfectly sweet white wine romances you with irresistible aromas of citrus and a touch of mint. With each taste, you'll revel in flavors of juicy peaches and candied orange. We recommend chilling before enjoying. [Read more]

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