Beringer Non-Vintage Moscato (Chile), $4.99-$6.99, 86 points, was a light gold color trailing clear at the glass edge.
Apple, melon, stone fruit, and pome blossoms on the nose were good.
The lightly sweet medium-plus body managed fair to good acidity and flavors dominated by cumquat and guava which were a bit on edge, but interesting.
Finished fair with hints of watermelon, tangerine, apricot, and the 11.5% alcohol.
Drink as an aperitif or with complementary pastries.
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