DetailsMaster Vintner® Moscato makes 6 gallons of soft, luscious wine, with a rounded finish of tropical and stone fruit that begs for another sip.
Fresh and vibrant, this white wine has aromas of dried fruit, pineapple, white grape, and lychee — it's a virtual fruit salad in a glass!
The fruit in this wine begs to be complemented and challenged. Pairing with melon wrapped in prosciutto works on two levels: the melon showcases the acidity behind the lush fruit, and the sweetly savory prosciutto highlights the perfumed fruity sweet notes. Scallops sautéed in butter do the same, playing on the themes of acid and fruit, while peach slices, slid into individual glasses, topped with Muscat and allowed to chilled for an hour are a fabulous treat, especially with Danish blue cheese on the side.
Serve quite cool (45-50F) for a refreshing and zesty experience, or use as a base for white Sangria for a real crowd pleaser.
Yield: 6 Gallons
- Details & Instructions
Wine Recipe Type Muscat/Moscato Type White Origin -
2.6 / 5.05 ReviewsDidn't come out wellThis was my first wine batch from Midwest. Before I brewed many batches of beer from Midwest kits, and they all came out great. But although I followed all wine instructions, this wine turned out tasting like moonshine. It is strong, but flavor leaves a lot to be desired. Don't know what went wrong here.September 5, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesResults come guaranteed so customer service will contact you.November 2, 2016Midwest SuppliesNot as good as I hoped...Its ready to bottle right now and the taste certainly leaves a lot to be desired. As the previous reviewer noted, the taste resembled moonshine more than it does moscato.October 7, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesLike every fine wine, a little age does wonders for a homemade wine. I would not expect it to be something to write home about right at bottling, but given some time in the bottle, it should improve drastically. Customer service is of course always happy to help.November 2, 2016Midwest SuppliesNot finished yet, but so far so good. Love the 20% discount, made it a good value. Easy instructions.January 26, 2017Purchased
8 months agoVery easy to make once you get the plastic bag of juice open.I would recommend this product. I have tasted the wine however it isn't really ready to drink yet. I don't like the top on the plastic bags in these wine kits. I find them very hard to open.February 25, 2017Purchased
7 months agoMuch drier than I thoughtI have to say, it came out much much drier that I expected I to be. Moscato, to me, is a slightly sweet white with a little bite at the end. This was all bite. It did not come with a back sweetener, and maybe it should have.July 17, 2017Purchased
3 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 16 answersThe Moscato is not as sweet as we thought. Any suggestion on the best way to sweeten?BEST ANSWER: Having the same thought, but never doing anything about it, I mixed up a simple sugar solution today and gave it a try. I was able to sweeten to taste. I was pleased with the outcome. Of course it would have been easier to have it be sweet before bottling but this is an easy after bottling fix. TGWhat does this kit include? Is there yeast included?BEST ANSWER: These kits will have all the wine kit ingredients and additives, the only things you will add to it is the water, really. The yeast, the stabilizer, the clarifiers, and any other components that go in the wine are in the kit box. The single exception is some additional metabisulphite that can be added if the wine is intended to be stored for an extended time. If you have the winemaking equipment kit, you have everything you'd need to ferment this kit into 28-30 bottles of Moscato! - Mike W, Midwest SuppliesHow much does a kit make?BEST ANSWER: This recipe makes 6 gallons or 28-30 bottles.What is the abv for this kit?BEST ANSWER: These kits should end up at about 12% ABV when completed. - Mike W, Midwest SuppliesDoes the Moscato include a pack for back sweetening?BEST ANSWER: This kit does not come with a pack for back sweetening.