Moser 51,151 Brut Review – A Wine With A Story

Published by Jeremy.

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Moser 51,151 is an interesting bottle, not only because it is a lovely traditional method sparkling wine from Trentodoc, but because of the origin of the name.

51,151 is reflective of Francesco Moser's setting the Hour Record in cycling in 1984, the same year that the family winery started making traditional method sparkling wine from Chardonnay!

A wine with a history to match? We're in for this one.

Approachable Sparkling Wine from Trentodoc

Moser 51,151

This Trentodoc sparkling wine was pale lemon in color with medium aromas of lemon, lime, cream, toast, brioche, wet stone, pear, and peach.

On the palate it was dry with high acidity, medium alcohol, body, and flavor intensity, a creamy mousse, and a long finish. We had refreshing notes of lemon, lime, nectarine, pear, toast, cream, almond, honeysuckle, wet stone, and saline.

This one hit some great notes for an easy-drinking traditional method sparkling wine. Citrus fruit, light lees, and high acidity makes for a bottle that can go with just about everything and even be enjoyed on its own!

Trentodoc Food Pairing – Miso Broiled Salmon

Trentodoc Food Pairing - Miso Salmon

We paired this sparkling wine with a miso broiled salmon with green onions. We thought the rich, umami nature of the miso would go well with a moderately lees-rich sparkling, and the pairing itself held true with large spikes of citrus flavors all around.

Score: 3 / 5

We'd buy a glass of this one.

Overall, this bottle hits on refreshing flavor notes with mild lees characteristics for an approachable bottle of sparkling wine. We would never say no to a glass of this one!

Moser is located at Via Castel di Gardolo, 5 38121 in Trento, Italy. We were provided this bottle for review courtesy of Trentodoc and enjoyed it in 2024.

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