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 was served with an evening version of pancakes covered with strawberry sauce; berries grown and picked at home. The low alcohol makes it idea for lunches and even morning unique dining events.

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.