Costco’s Sparkling Mango Moscato Is the Summer Sipper We Need

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As the temperatures rise, there’s nothing we’d rather do than chill out poolside with a cool beverage in hand. Whether you’re a canned alcohol connoisseur or more of an Aldi pineapple mimosa kind of indulger, we can all agree on one sweet, bubbly guilty pleasure. What’s that? Moscato, of course!

Costco’s Mamamango Sparkling Mango Moscato is perfect for summer, and we couldn’t be craving a glass more. Here’s where to get your hands on it, and why you deserve all that goodness this summer.

It’s the Mother of All Moscato

Get your swimsuit ready, because Costco is already rolling out your new favorite summer sipper again. According to online reviews, it’s “mango to the max,” packing in the crisp flavor of moscato and a creamy mango puree. It comes in 750-milliliter bottles straight from Italy with 6% ABV.

The first taste for the summer comes to us via @CostcoCustomer on Instagram, and moscato lovers seriously can’t get enough. This moscato already has a fan club, proudly sporting its own hashtag, #mamamango. What’s even sweeter is Costco’s Sparkling Mango Moscato costs less than $7 a bottle.

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Where to Get Your Mango On

If you’re not too keen on heading to Costco right now, keep an eye on grocery delivery apps or include Mamamango Moscato in your Costco grocery pickup order. Alternatively, the moscato is available on Total Wine and More for just $9.79. What’s better than getting Sparkling Mango Moscato delivered right to your door? Nothing.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.