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  1. To be honest Emma, I think it’s just like anything – fashion, music, etc. Trends come and go, a great example is Chardonnay – it use to have such a bad rep but now everyone is drinking it! People judge us on everything, which is sad – but at the end of the day, as long as you’re enjoying what you’re drinking then don’t worry about the others (especially the wine snobs as they are very much like sheep!).

  2. Words cannot describe how much I appreciate a comprehensive post like this! Especially calorie count which really should make me think about all the macca’s cheese burgers I could have been chowing down all last summer instead of sipping on sparkling moscato, but to be honest I’d choose the moscato again in a second (and probably will this summer too).

    The suggestion of using moscato to soften harsh or spicy flavours is really interesting and I may just have to use it as an excuse to both indulge in some green curry and a glass or two of moscato. Oh and I can’t forget to follow it up with a fruity dessert and a sweet sparkling drop.

    I was wondering, with all the great components of this kind of wine why do you think it gets such a bad wrap amongst ‘wine snobs’. I really enjoy moscato and am often judged for my choices by some of my more snooty family members.

    I’d love to read your thoughts on why I may have experienced this, mostly so I can have a good comeback for my annoying relatives but I am also interested in where this idea came from.