• Karen Koblan

    I’ve actually never had Moscato wine before. Sounds like something I would like and great for summer get togethers. I’m going to pick up a bottle! Oh and wine-sicles sound devine! My friends would love that!

    • Hi Karen, Moscato is a sweeter wine with a bit of effervescence. It’s especially good well chilled. If you try this, let me know what you think. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    First time I hear about this American wine. From the links in this post I get the impression the winemakers do an excellent job when it comes to marketing.

    • Hi Catarina, They are masters at marketing their product. It also helps that they product a great product as well. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    I will be interested to see what happens with the wine-sicles.

    • Hi Cheryl, Me too. I’m making these today so it will be interesting to see how they turn out. 🙂

  • Lorraine Marie Reguly

    I’m with Cheryl. I am curious about how wine freezes! I thought alcohol does not freeze…

    • Hi Lorraine, I will be making these today so I’ll let you know. It does look really yummy. 🙂

    • Jon Jefferson

      Wines are generally low enough in alcohol that they are mostly water. They work better for ice cream than hard Liquors.

      • You’re about that Jon. Wine will freeze because of the low alcohol content. 🙂

      • Lorraine Marie Reguly

        Oh. Learn something new every day, I do!

  • Julie

    I tried the Risata Moscato and it was awesome so I’ll be trying this one for sure. Thanks for all your awesome wine posts.

    • How cool Julie, I am so glad you enjoyed the Risata. You will enjoy the Woodbridge Winery Moscato 2012 just as much. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    Melon and mint Popsicles sound interesting. They are a good flavor match. This gives me an idea for a mint julep recipe.

    • It really is. I love the way it works together. Oh and Mint Juleps are the best. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    I still kick myself for not touring the Woodbridge winery when I had the chance. Oh well, that just give me another excuse to visit the region again someday.

    • Indeed it does Jeri and we could tour it together. That would be a great time, don’t you think. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    Yaaaa! Not only is the Woodbridge Moscato available here in Ontario, but I also get to try out a mint wine-sicles. 🙂

    • WOO! HOO! that is very cool, Debra. You will LOVE the wine-sicles. 🙂

  • Ashley Faulkes

    Sounds like another fantastic wine I can’t taste Susan. Temptation is killing me. But a question: is it super sweet as a Moscato D’asti? I presume not as much.

    • Hi Ashley, Sorry about that… LOL. It is a great wine. To answer your question; It isn’t as sweet and the Moscato d”Asti.

  • Morgan Decker

    I like to refer to Moscato as the candy wine! It is super sweet, but as you said perfect for a sunny summer day!

    • Hi Morgan, Nice to see you again :-), I absolutely agree, there is a time and place for a good Moscato. 🙂

  • wendy mccance

    I can’t wait to read about these wine pops. Sounds incredibly cool.

    • Hi Wendy, Cool! They are really fun to make and I loved the taste. 🙂

    • It’s a very nice wine for a hot summer day, Wendy. You will LOVE the popsicles. 🙂

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  • Boy did you bring back memories. I was born in San Francisco and moved to the east coast over 40 years ago and used to love to go to the Mondavi winery. Loved to go to Napa and for wine tasting. My favorite is Cabernet Sauvignon. There winery is beautiful and a good size.

    • Hi Arleen, It is a beautiful place. Robert Mondavi (now decease) is celebrating his 100th birthday. I just received a package for that event. In it was a bottle of their reserve Cab and I can’t wait to try it. I so wish you were here to share it. 🙂

  • Rebecca Thompson

    I am so waiting for that Popsicle recipe. I will be keeping my eyes open for both your post and the wine.

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