Moscato d'Asti deserves more respect. It can be an excellent dessert wine that offers up enjoyment and yes, some level of contemplation. Slightly sparkling and sweet, and not expensive can be very good things if done well. This one offers up all of those. Pale yellow in color with just a bit of frizzante. The nose has peaches, orange blossoms, and just a hint of fresh thyme. Creamy texture. On the palate, this is sweet but nowhere near cloying. Good acidity. Nice finish. And low alcohol to boot (6%). It is made to consumed within the first year or two. It is great on its own and works with most dessert especially less sweet ones. It went very well with cupcakes.