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Mosto Italiano




The grape vines grow so easily that one begins to expect them to grow from the cracks in the pavement. Because our Parent company is situated in Italy, we have the ability to procure some of Italys finest grape varietals. These grapes are then transformed into grape juice and grape juice concentrates at our plant in Emilia Romagna and shipped directly to our Montreal facility, then used to produce our renowned Mosto Italiano sterile musts.

Remember: to be true to the spirit of Italy, an authentic Italian feast is recommended to enjoy with these fabulous wines. Salute!

RED WINES



Aglianico

Deep purple ruby red wine with subtle nuances. To the nose: black currant, ripe cherry, cloves, cinnamon, nutshell, tobacco and chocolate on a balsamic background. The taste is impressive, generous and pulpy; the tannin is creamy and thick. Rich and long persistence, ideal with your favourite steak.

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Amarone

Amarone originates from the Venitian region of Italy and it is Italys forth biggest selling wine. The grapes used are traditionally dried on racks to bring out their optimal flavors. With flavors of liquorice and figs it is full-bodied, robust and has a full mouth feel.

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Barbera

Barbera is grown in the Piedmont region of Italy and is an important grape to that region. A stimulating wine, the color of garnet, it has a good body, is tannic and has a plum flavor with an aroma of vanilla.

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Bardolino

Bardolino from the Verona region on the lakeside of Lago di Garda, is a noble wine that is often known as the Prince of this area. Fresh, ruby red, dry and fruity this is an elegant blend that is best consumed young.

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Barolo

From the Piedmont region of Italy, it is a world famous wine for its complex and robust flavours. A distinguished, full-bodied, rich red wine, Barolo is dry and tannic with aromas of ripe fruit and berries

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Brunello

Brunello is an Italian favorite, it has a deep ruby color with flavors of red fruit and cherries. A harmonized wine with hints of vanilla, coffee and wood aromas, it is a perfection on the palate.

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Cabernet Merlot

Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are both grown in the Fruili region of Italy and are two of the worlds most popular wines. When blended together, they create a vibrant wine that has a deep ruby color, is fruity and mellow.

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Cabernet Sauvignon

Widely cultivated throughout the world, this popular varietal produces a refined dark ruby red wine that is herbaceous with a hint of raspberry flavor and floral aromas.

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Chianti Style

Chianti located in Tuscany, this is the most recognized wine region in Italy. Traditionally made from a blend of Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Trebbiano varietals. Chianti is a ruby red, intense wine with sweet floral aromas and a hint of vanilla.

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Corvino Rosso

This red wine is a blend of Nero dAvola and Cabernet Sauvignon and reaps the benefits of the sun and sea of Sicily. The color is a beautiful bright ruby red. A very elegant nose with dominating aromas of ripe red fruit like blueberries and blackberries, followed by light balsamic notes and spiciness with a graphite ending. The taste confirms the full-body, dry structure and velvety tannins of this incredible red. The persistent finish goes well with red meat or very aged cheese. Impressive!

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Lagrein Trentino

The color is compact, deep but lively too. The intense aroma is between the fresh fruitiness of the raspberry and black cherry and a complex spiciness. The taste is particularly elegant and equilibrated, round and balanced. Delicious choice with lamb and deer.

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Merlot

This varietal is mostly grown in the Fruili and Veneto regions of Italy. Merlot produces an intense, but smooth wine, which is dry with a ruby red color. It possesses notes of raspberries and herbs.

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Montepulciano

This famous red wine originating from the Abruzzo region of Italy has an intense color that reminds us of garnets. A robust and full-bodied wine, slightly acidic with a velvety finish; it is a winner that is sure to please.

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Morellino Toscana Style

Morellino because the grape of this wine is mora (dark) like the color of the vigorous and potent Morelli thoroughbred. The 85% Tuscan Sangiovese minimum explains the dark and compact color. The bouquet is spicy: vanilla, pink pepper, rhubarb. Its velvet tannins, full-body, and smoothness make the tasting an exciting experience. Unforgettable with filet mignon.

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Negro Amaro

This varietal is grown in the southeast region of Italy called Puglia. The name originated from an Italian dialect and means black bitter, because of the dark skins and bitter taste of the grape. It produces a dry full-bodied wine with a deep red color that reminds us of garnets. Intensely aromatic with flavors of red fruit, this wine tends to be slightly acid and full in the mouth.

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Pinot Nero

The Italian version of Pinot Noir, is grown mainly in the Trentino Alto Adige region. This is a dry, tannic and aromatic wine, ruby red colored with notes of raspberries, cherries and spices.

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Pomino Rosso Style

A blend of Sangiovese, Pinot Nero and Merlot results in a deep red color with burgundy nuances. The nose is powerful with a woodish background, followed by balsamic, red fruit and a tobacco ending. Warm taste of great suggestion. Perfectly balanced acidity and tannins. A real classy wine to be enjoyed with home made lasagna or sausages.

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Red Zinfandel

Grown in the Puglia region of Italy, this grape is also known as Primitivo. It produces a big, dry wine, which is tannic, with a rich red color and a berry like character

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Rosso Perfetto

(Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot). Deep impenetrable burgundy with purple shimmers. Very intense to the nose, deep and rich. In the mouth: A perfect balance of all the different compounds and such soft tannins, difficult to describe. Dont limit your chances to enjoy this wine.

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Sangiovese

The pride of Tuscany, Sangiovese grapes are also used to make Brunello and Chianti, two of Italys greatest wines. This elegant wine is dry, tannic with a slight fruitiness.

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Shiraz

Intense berry notes are the trademark of this prized varietal. A hearty deep red, herbaceous wine with a slight fruitiness and overtones of black pepper. It is a savory treat.

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Teroldego Trentino Style

A legendary wine: in the upper Northern Mountains there was a dragon who loved young virgins. Until one day, its past time was ended thanks to a brave knight that slayed him. From some drops of the dragons blood, it sprouted the first Teroldego plants. So came a bright, purple/ruby red wine, with mixed woodiness, fruit and spicy nuances with an herbaceous aroma finish. In the mouth it is full-bodied, well balanced, and mellow with a pleasant persistence. Perfect to savour with pastas like spaghetti carbonara, or roasted meat.

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Valpolicella

This wine is traditionally a blend of Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes. It has a history that dates as far back as the Roman Empire. Valpolicella is medium-bodied, intense, ruby red wine with a pleasant bitterness and a hint of almonds.

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WHITE WINES






Chardonnay

Traditionally a French grape, this vine was brought to Northern Italy early in the 19th century. A soft, distinctive, dry wine with delightful fruitiness that is the color of light straw with light greenish tones. Commonly used in the production of Champagne.

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Frascati

Originating near Southern Rome, Frascati is typically a blend of Malvasia and Trebbiano grapes. A fresh, delicate wine, with rich aromas, very pale in color, herbaceous and fruity with a light acidic background.

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Fruili Muller Turgau

Pale yellow color with green nuances. Fresh aromas of white and yellow fruits such as pears and peaches, softly mixed with white flowers and ethereal sage nuances. Fresh, with a very pleasant sapidity. Enjoyable with fish or vegetable pasta.

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Gewurztraminer

Coming from the northern regions of Italy, this grape produces a wine which is considered one of the most elegant and refined Italian white wines. A full-bodied, intense, aromatic, golden wine with floral, spicy notes and hints of black currant.

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Pinot Bianco

This old vine has ancient origins back to the Roman times. It produces a smooth, elegant wine, which is straw yellow with delicate floral notes and a hint of bitter almonds.

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Riesling

This widely cultivated grape that is adaptable to many climates produces a wine that is straw yellow with greenish tones. This dry, fresh, aromatic wine is slightly fruity with hints of apples and peaches.

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Roero Arneis

This high-class wine dresses a brilliant pale yellow color. Rich and appealing aromas with orange flowers, pineapple, mountain herbs. The taste is composed, interesting and juicy. The sapidity is in the end. Fascinating and enjoyable with lamb and vegetables, or to savour before a barbecue.

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Sardegna Vermentino

This grape has been defined as a kind of Mediterranean Sauvignon growing on the Sardegna, Liguria and Tuscany coast. Vermentino is now one of the more successful Italian wines thanks to its grace and mildness. A pleasure to the eye: light gold yellow, very transparent. The nose is persistent and potent mixing floral sensations, aromatic herbs and hints of citrus. Harmonious to the palate, fresh and sapid. This wine can be savored with all kinds of fish and also with mushrooms.

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SAUVIGNON BLANC

This very popular varietal is cultivated primarily in the Veneto and Friuli regions of Italy. Sauvignon Blanc produces a velvety, dry wine, with a pale straw color and delicate notes of tropical fruit.

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Sicilian Chardonnay

Chardonnay - the great chameleon! The most widely grown grape in the world, famous for its flexibility. In Sicily, it is one of the best growing environments where it achieves excellence. Clear gold color, with a floral and fresh fruit aroma. Remarkable pineapple and peach notes, with a woody finish. The taste is warm and smooth but has a distinctive acidic, full-body support that gives it a great balance. Perfect for any occasion superb with seafood and shellfish.

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Soave Style

Soave is traditionally made from a blend Garganega, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Trebbiano varietals. This straw colored, delicate, fresh wine has an intense mouth feel with hints of almonds and lemon.

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Trebbiano

Trebbiano is a widely grown, well-known Italian grape varietal, which produces a harmonious, dry wine with a pale yellow color. It possesses fresh, floral notes and has hints of herbs.

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VERDICCHIO

The eastern region of Italy, along the Adriatic coast known as the Marche region is home to Verdicchio. A gem, which is delicate, medium-bodied, dry, a slight nuttiness and is the color of pale straw.

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BLUSH WINES







Freisia Blush

Luminous blush light red in color, transparent. Delicate raspberry aromas, pomegranate and wild roses. Aristocratic and gentle in the mouth, fully balanced, with fruit suggestions. High-class blush, with a delicate long persistence such as silk. Its a delightful companion to creative cuisine, tuna or oriental dishes.

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Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio - known as Pinot Gris in other part of the world - it can be a white or rosé wine. Grown mainly in the Veneto and Friuli regions of Italy and left for a short time on the red skins, this special varietal produces a coopery golden color wine with pink hues. It possesses a delicate soft fruity finish with hints of almonds.

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Zinfandel Blush

Made from the Red Zinfandel or Primitivo grape with a minimal color extraction from the red skins, this wine has a beautiful pale salmon color with hints of coral. It features delicious fruit flavors, enhanced by its floral bouquet.