I have a '94 Moscato and a '91 Lamole vin santo. Are they still okay to serve as a desert wine with some gorgonzoa dolce and stilton or are they long-gone?
Vin santo can last decades.
I'd try the moscato but would expect it to be way over the hill.
I guess most of the wine-heads are busy discussing which is the best vintage year for white port or muscatel as I have had only one reply to my query.
None-the-less, RL, I do thank you for taking the time to post your reply.
Oops, I misread "moscato" as moscato d'Asti. There are late-harvest moscatos that can easily last 15-20 years. What is it, exactly?
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