Primo-V-Moscato

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Primo-V-Moscato

Primo-V is an aromatic, effervescent, sweet Italian Moscato made by the Santero winery, located just outside of the northern Italian town of Asti. Made from fresh pressed Moscato grapes that are cold fe...read more
Primo-V is an aromatic, effervescent, sweet Italian Moscato made by the Santero winery, located just outside of the northern Italian town of Asti. Made from fresh pressed Moscato grapes that are cold fermented to preserve the grape's delicate aromatics, its balanced sweetness, velvety texture, and fine, persistent bubbles make it a refreshing and delicious white wine perfect for any occasion. Unabashedly sweet but with enough natural acidity to carry that and keep the wine lively. Generously frizzante and on the nose and palate spring flowers and heather, those complemented nicely by notes of citrus and ripe peaches. A good quaffer but if it proves too sweet for your taste simply add two ice-cubes to your glass. Drink now. Serve chilled with light chicken or desserts. read less
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Regular Price: $8.99

Special Price $8.49

Bottle Price:
$8.49 ($8.99)
Case Price*:
$101.88 ($107.88)
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Additional Info

Wine Specs:
Alcohol Content 5.5%
Case Size: 12
Color White
Dryness Sweet
Mevushal mevushal
Producer Primo-V
Size 750ml
Supervision OU
Varietals Moscato
Wine Type Sparkling
Kosher For Passover Yes
region Italy

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Customers Reviews

Dvora Reviewed on: 9/16/2014
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Vintage Reviewed 20010

While we've previously enjoyed this wine, the corks are too dry and too tight to open. The last Shabbos meal I attempted to get a bottle open, I injured myself trying to remove a cork that broke an expensive corkscrew. It took all of our Shabbos guests ingenuity and brute strength to get this bottle open. My sliced knuckle is finally healing. Not a scene I wish to repeat. Not a scene I wish to repeat.
David Reviewed on: 2/9/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo V

This is one of my favorite wines. Delicious taste and at under 10 bucks, its a steal
rebsterdw@aol.com Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

I buy Moscatos in general for use at synagogue functions instead of the square bottle Manishevitz which is standard fare at most shuls' Friday eve or Shabbat AM kiddush. They are still very sweet, so they satisfy the old timers, and low alcohol, so I can encourage parents to let their kids drink it instead of that abysmal bottled Kedem grape juice. This particular "Primo-V" Moscato is nice, better than others I have tried in the same price range quite a bargain especially at the sale price. Nothing too subtle here, but one does not look for such qualities in this kind of product. It's bubbly, fresh tasting and a vast improvement over alternatives for the same price.--Rabbi Doug Weber, Rutland Jewish Center (Vermont)
pamjs Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

A great Shabbat wine, not too sweet with a lovely floral note and an effervecence that makes it a bit special.
doctordog Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

Pleasant, fruity, low alcohol, family friendly. One can definitely notice the famed muscato flavor of this Asti region frizzante libation. Sweet yet well balanced, easy to drink, a good choice for a family celebration, as both young and old will enjoy it.
selerman Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

The wine is perfectly adequate and the price is very reasonable. HOWEVER, in my last order, the corks were so dense and tight that the bottles were unopenable. One corkscrew broke trying to open it. I had to push the cork in with a screw driver and hammer. The next bottle would have broken another cork screw but I stopped before that happened. Haven't tried my last 2 bottles, but they will be the last of this wine.
pauloxxxx@yahoo.com Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

This is the weakest Moscato that I have tasted. It is dry and bland with a slight bitter aftertaste. It has little fruit tastes, fragrance, and lightness that is evident in a good Moscato.
WineAficionado Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

Considering its price, its not a bad Moscato. Very sweet - No one at our table could drink more than one glass, for that reason it is strictly a desert wine. If you want a moscato that you can enjoy with the meal however, there are several great options towards the $10 range. As far as a value, Primo-V is a step below the SaraBee that you can get at Trader Joes.
WineAficionado Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

Considering its price, its not a bad Moscato. Very sweet - No one at our table could drink more than one glass, for that reason it is strictly a desert wine.
JSimon Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

I usually drink Bartenura Moscato, but thought I would test this wine out especially because of the price. It turned out to be much better then I thought. I liked the sweet citrus fruit flavors, although it is not as sweet as the Bartenura, so I can understand why some people wouldn't like it. Overall it is well worth the value.
unpredictable Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

I purchased this wine just by finding the website. I usually have a Saturday or Sunday get together where my two best friends come over. I'm not a big drinker, but when I drink a wine can't stand dry wine. This was so nice and tasty. My best friends liked it as well.
Kimberly Jacobs Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

We purchased this mildly sweet and bubbly wine for our wedding. It was a wonderful choice and everyone loved it.
mdlederm@gmail.com Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

I first bought this wine on a whim, before it "took off" in the store. We LOVE this wine and are buying our second case. If this were any bubblier, it would be a fabulous champagne. It is not as sweet as the Bartenura "blue bottle," yet satisfies our children along with those of us who prefer a dryer wine.
klwebjunk@aol.com Reviewed on: 2/6/2014
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Vintage Reviewed Primo-V-Moscato

I found the Primo-V Moscato be rough and not very tasty. When Golan brands are available, they seem smoother

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