You want to know what happy tastes like? Grab a bottle of Innocent Bystander’s 2011 sparkling Moscato. Strawberry-pink in color, and bounding with a matching strawberry pink fragrance of strawberries, roses, and ripe peaches. It tastes sweet, young, fizzy, juicy, but above all—happy. A perfect backyard-sipper, meant to pair with fruit and cheese and sunshine, it’s also so low-alcohol, only 5.5 percent, you can drink a half bottle in the afternoon without ruining your day. Of course, if fruity, fresh, and happy are not your bag, this wine won’t be either, but if you’ve been wondering why everyone’s talking Moscato, here’s a place to start. What, you didn’t know everyone was talking Moscato? You will. In February, Wine Spectator reported that the white wine was up 73 percent in both volume and revenue from 2010, on top of 100 percent growth the previous year. It’s a wave that’s heading this way. Pop the cap off a bottle—no really, it comes with a beer-like pop-cap—and figure out why. Happier than puppies, cheerier than butterflies in the roses, summer Moscato. Who would kick it out of bed? No one. Price? I picked mine up for $12.99 at Lake Wine and Spirits, (404 W. Lake St., Mpls., 612-354-7194, lakewinespirits.com); lay in a case and you’ll drink happy all summer.