This Costco Peach Moscato Is What You Need for the Last Days of Summer

This is perfect for warm September days.

Well, it’s that time of year—the temps are dipping lower and days are getting shorter. It’s not all bad news (we’ve got pumpkin drinks from Starbucks and Dunkin‘, for starters), but we get misty-eyed when we think about saying goodbye to summer.

Thankfully, one of our favorite retailers has given us a super sweet (and inexpensive) way to keep the summer going. This Costco peach moscato tastes just like June, July and August!

What Is Costco’s Peach Moscato?

Honestly, we were sold on this one as soon as we heard “peach”—we can’t wait to add this to our weekend afternoons. Mama moscato (the same company that made this delectable mango moscato) comes in 750 ml containers, so it’s perfect for socially distanced patio gatherings. It arrives straight from Italy, with 6% ABV, peach pulp and a fancy bottle with a super-cute design.

Yeah, it’s safe to say we’re in love!

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Mama Mía It’s Back with a new flavor Peach 🍑 Hot & New Item #1471087 Mama Peach 🍑 Moscato & Peace Puree 🙂 Made in Italy 🇮🇹 750ml $6.99 Cheers 🥂 Helpful Hint: Due to sediment from peach pulp turn cautiously to mix. Found this @costco Melrose Park, IL.

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And, because it’s Costco, of course we’re getting a great value, too. All this deliciousness can be yours for $6.99. Yup, less than 10 bucks. BRB, we’re going to our local Costco immediately—and we’re being sure to wear our face masks.

How to Drink Moscato

If you’re searching for the perfect way to serve this fruity treat, look no further. Spritz cocktails are always a great option, but you can think outside the glass with this sparkling fruit salad. No matter how you drink it, it’s a great deal and an even better way to give summer a farewell toast.

Sparkling Cocktails for the End of Summer
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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.