Any occasion can be worthy of a toast of our Moscato D’Asti. Vibrant and expressive with dominant floral notes and hints of bright fruit flavors – including peach, tropical fruits and lychee – this wine is soft and luscious. Just a hint of fine effervescence tickles the palate and balances the sweetness.
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In a new wine market like Hong Kong Turkish wine has so much room to grow despite competitions with other Mediterranean wine. Local wine lovers in general want to experience pleasure by discovering new wine tastes and styles.
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Wine critics who have tasted both wine will agree that Musar and Wardy have different cultural background and styles in winemaking. Musar, which has been in the market for decades and is known as one of the oldest, biggest wineries in Lebanon, earned its