St. Supery Moscato Cocktails
St. Supéry Moscato Tasting Notes ~
St. Supéry Moscato is a light-bodied, fruity wine made from 100% Muscat Canelli grapes. Pale yellow in color, the wine has aromas of peach, apricot and nectarine with a touch of citrus. Glazed peach and apricot flavors are balanced by a clean acidity.
Alcohol by Volume: 10.5%
Pair St. Supéry Moscato with fragrant, spicy Asian-inspired dishes like chicken in green curry, or serve as a dessert wine with cinnamon-apple bread pudding or even lemon sorbet.
Moscato's fresh fruit flavors make it an excellent choice for creating wine-based cocktails. Here are four light, refreshing recipes, nice for summer gatherings or a midday luncheon.
1 part pomegranate liqueur
1 part St. Supéry Moscato
Splash of orange juice
Mix in a glass. Garnish with some pineapple wedges and serve over ice.
2 firm ripe peaches, cut into thin wedges
1 sliced lime
1 sliced orange
1/2 sliced green apple
1/2 cup peach liqueur
1 bottle St. Supéry Moscato
2 cups sparkling water
Mix peach liqueur, moscato, and peaches in large pitcher. Mix in apple, lime, orange, sparkling water, and serve over ice. Makes 4-6 glasses.
1/3 cup vodka
1/3 cup St. Supéry Moscato
2 lemon twists
Moisten rim of two martini glasses, then roll the rims in sugar until coated. Place glasses in the freezer. Combine vodka and moscato in a cocktail shaker. Add 8 ice cubes and shake until cold. Strain into chilled glasses, garnish with lemon twist and serve.
Fresh mint leaves
3 teaspoons sugar
6 lime wedges
1/2 cup St. Supéry Moscato
Place mint, sugar and 4 lime wedges into a cocktail shaker. Muddle firmly until sugar dissolves and lime has lost most of its juices. Add Moscato and a splash of rum, 2 splashes of lime juice and ice cubes. Cover, shake vigorously and strain over fresh ice into two highball glasses. Top with soda and garnish with remaining lime wedges.
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Photo & recipe courtesy St. Supéry Vineyards and Winery