The 2015 Scrapona Moscato D’Asti had 5.5% alcohol, cost under ten bucks, and scored a very nice 16+ points on the 20-point Dionysian scale.
It was filled with rich melon aromas. It was fragrant with flowers and the tiny spritz kept it refreshing throughout dinner.
It is a still wine with subtle CO2 that tickles your tongue. The younger the better, but I kept this one five years to see if it would last and it matured into a better wine. In Vino Veritas.