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[mass noun] A sweet Italian dessert wine.
- ‘Flavoured with moscato, it is sophisticated yet simple, and wonderfully moist and rich.’
- ‘The gentle fruit flavors and sweet fruit aromatics of moscato make it not only the best starting place, but a favorite of experienced grappa lovers.’
- ‘The trouble with moscato d'Asti is that it's too easy to like. You take a sip, then another, and soon your glass is empty.’
Italian; related to muscat.
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