Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Must; specifically, a preparation used for “doctoring” wines of inferior quality: same as doctor, 6.
“The concentrated cotto mosto is then inoculated with a "mother of vinegar", a batch of vinegar alive with a culture of aceto-bacteria.”
“The mosto is then cooked (cotto) in an open vat at 175-200F for a day or two, reducing it to about half the volume.”
“I want to talk to you about petimezi, because I've gotten interested in mosto (?) mousto (?) but I'll bring it up some other time.”
“From the ovens, the now goldenbrown cabezas are shreaded and placed in mills which extract the juices or "mosto".”
“Complete story about chilean wine status at: mosto. cl”
“It begins by harvesting a variety of locally grown grapes, most prominently the white variety, trebbiano from the low hills around Castelvetro, crushing them, and then coarsely filtering the mash, called mosto.”
“And there you have mosto cotto, or cooked must, which you can buy in small bottles for lots of money in smart delis.”
“According to the little blurb preceding the recipe, "In Roman times, these cookies were sweetened with the must, or mosto, left over from wine production.”
“I believe that in Italy this method is still used though the recipe from Canadian Living is more accessible for those of us unable to find mosto.”
“For the main course, I opted for the West Afrikaanse Zeebaars , a grilled West African Sea Bass with melted spinach and lemon mosto oil.”
Looking for tweets for mosto.