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Gianni Doglia 2022 Casa di Bianca Moscato Bianco (Moscato d'Asti)

Rating
93
Price
$28
Winery
Variety
Region
Wine Type
Alcohol
5%
Bottle Size
750 ml
Issue Date
3/1/2024
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This stunner of a Moscato comes from organically farmed grapes from the third generation of the Doglia family. The wine opens with beautiful aromas of white peach, wild mint, Mandarin oranges and a hint of candied pineapple. The electric palate pops with green apple, apricot and candied lemon, with vibrant acidity and soft bubbles on the finish. Jeff Porter

What Is Blind Tasting?

All tastings reported in the Buying Guide are performed blind. Typically, products are tasted in peer-group flights of from 5-8 samples. Reviewers may know general information about a flight to provide context—vintage, variety or appellation—but never the producer or retail price of any given selection. When possible, products considered flawed or uncustomary are retasted.

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*Products deemed unacceptable (receving a rating below 80 points) are not reviewed.

98-100

Classic
The Pinnacle of quality

94-97

Superb
A great achievement

90-93

Excellent
Highly recommended

87-89

Very Good
Often good value; well recommended

83-86

Good
Suitable for everyday consumption, often good value

80-82

Acceptable
Can be employed


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