Mamamango Moscato Review (2023)

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What Kind of Wine Is Mamamango Moscato?

Ironically, the ancient Moscato wine grapes that were being cultivated by the Persians and Egyptians in about 3000 BC are of the same variety that is used to make the trendy Mamamango Moscato. Roman and Greek writers such as Pliny the Elder and Columella wrote about wines that could have been Muscat.

Wine drinkers today could be forgiven for thinking of Moscato as a new wine based on a tasting of a glass of Mamamango Moscato wine. Mamamango is a fizzy flavored grape Moscato that is produced using white wine grapes infused with mango puree. It is typically a summer bubbly that is very easy to drink. There is no doubt about its Italian style and unique taste.

Mamamango Moscato Review

  • Winery — Arione Winemakers
  • Country/Region — Italy, Piedmont Region
  • Type — Italian Sparkling Moscato
  • Aroma — SMango, Pineapple, White Flowers
  • Grapes — Moscato Bianco
  • Taste — Mango, Tropical Fruit, Guava
  • Alcohol Content — 6%
  • Sugar — Semi-Sweet
  • Pairing — Beef, Lamb, Poultry, Fruit, Desserts

It is a pleasure to write a Mamamango wine review because it is such a feel-good wine and it lifts one’s spirits just thinking about it. And, it is surprisingly good, even called “addictively good” in some reviews. This low-alcohol sparkling fruity wine is the perfect cooldown drink for a hot summer’s day and should always be drunk in the company of good friends.

Overall Rating: 4.7

  • Easy Drinking
  • Low Alcohol
  • Full Of Flavor
  • Sophisticated Vibe
  • Seems A Bit Gimmicky At First Glance
  • Not Vegan-friendly

Tasting Notes

Mamamango is a surprisingly palatable wine fruit blend. It combines Italian sophistication and wine-making techniques to create a fresh, summery, low-alcohol wine. It is probably best suited to a younger audience and will lend a touch of elegance to any occasion. It is difficult to find a that does not speak highly of this delightful wine.


Mamamango’s bottle demands attention. It is a stylish black, with gold writing and a yellow mango image. Upon opening, you will see the inviting bubbles breaking through the cloudy yellow-orange-colored wine. Don’t be surprised to see a little mango sediment at the bottom of your glass. This effect is a result of the addition of the natural, fresh mango pulp that is added to the Moscato wine.


There is no doubt that mangoes are an ingredient in this wine. That is the main aroma that it brings to its mid-intensity nose. It is possible to distinguish a hint of orange zest, white flowers, and other tropical fruits such as pineapple.


Mango is the predominant note that carries through to the palate. You may experience a tangy prickle on the tip of your tongue as you taste, but it is not too sweet. This sparkling Moscato is pleasantly well-balanced and follows through with a smooth, creamy mouthfeel.


The wine has a fruity mango finish that some reviews say does not really taste like wine. It will leave the palate clean and refreshed. This is to be expected from a Moscato Fruit Blend wine.


Mamamango cannot be rated as a serious wine. However, that does not mean that it is inferior in any way! It is a fizzy little bit of fun, but it has more class than your average fruit-based wine. It has probably been designed for a younger audience, or at least for those who are still young at heart! It is ideal as a brunch or lunch beverage as it has a low alcohol content.

Mamamango Moscato Food Pairing

A glass of stylish frizzante Mamamango is perfect for sipping at sundown with canapes and friends. It would also be well-suited as a pick-me-up at a brunch. Pop open a bottle at a barbeque, and it will refresh the palate after eating grilled meat. Many young people who have written Mamamango Moscato reviews say that it pairs beautifully with fresh fruit and gelato. Thinking about it, I am sure that it is the perfect time for a sip of Mamamango at any time!

Frequently Asked Questions

Who Makes Mamamango Moscato?

Mamamango Moscato is made by Arione Vini. The Moscato Bianco grapes come from the vineyards of Castiglione, Tinella that is in the commune of Piedmont. Because of the addition of 5% mango puree, this wine does not qualify for a DOC or DOCG designation like other Moscato wines.

How Is Mamamango Moscato Made?

The Arione winemaking company likes to keep a few of its production methods secret. Mamamango is a light “frizzante” wine and it is supposed that tank fermentation is used. During this process, natural carbon dioxide is produced and trapped when the wine is bottled. Mango, is the most important of the ingredients in this drink, besides the Moscato grapes. Although mangoes do grow in southern Italy, it is uncertain whether that is where the fruit is sourced.

While mangoes bring a natural sweetness, this sparkling drink probably has the addition of tartaric acid to counterbalance the sugar. It is also important to note that Mamamango production includes animal-based gelatins as a filtering agent. This helps to stabilize the wine but subsequently stops it from being a vegan-friendly wine.

Where Is Mamamango Moscato Made?

The growing of Moscato d’Asti grapes forms the backbone of Castiglione Tinella. The vineyards here are cultivated on steeply sloping land and face south. Viticulture that takes place in such mountainous regions requires much manual work. The weather is unpredictable with significant temperature changes and intense, blustery winds.

The terroir determines how the deep yellow bunches of grapes will turn out. The subsoil is ideal for growing Moscato grapes because it consists of layers of sand, clay, and limestone. The roots take up the minerals that are needed to develop the unique flavor of Moscato d’Asti. Add to that the altitude and abundant sunshine and you have the perfect recipe for this wine.

How to Serve Mamamango Moscato?

Mamamango mango Moscato wine must be served chilled. Take care to give it a good shake before opening, as the mango sediment will have settled at the bottom. The bottle is sealed with a twist-off cap that you should only remove after a short rest following the shaking! (for obvious reasons). Your choice of glass will be determined by the occasion. A large white wine glass is a good option, or a flute if you want to appear posh. A cocktail glass will also add a touch of sophistication to this delicious, versatile drink.

How Much Does Mamamango Moscato Cost?

$11 – $14 per 750ml bottle

How Long Does Mamamango Moscato Last?

Fruity wine blends with little tannin rarely benefit from being stored for a long time. Mamamango should definitely be consumed shortly after purchase, and after being well chilled.

How Many Calories Does Mamamango Moscato Have?

Mamamango Moscato calories are not too bad coming in at 104 calories in a 5 ounce serving. There are 13 grams of sugar and 13 grams of carbohydrates in the same size serving.


It is a pleasure to write a Mamamango wine review because it is such a feel-good wine and it lifts one’s spirits just thinking about it. And, it is surprisingly good, even called “addictively good” in some reviews. This low-alcohol sparkling fruity wine is the perfect cooldown drink for a hot summer’s day and should always be drunk in the company of good friends.

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