COLOUR Almost translucent, very pale straw. AROMA Bursting aromas of guava, tropical fruits and a touch of musk. PALA...Read more...
Food Pairings for Two Hands Brilliant Disguise Moscato Moscato Bianco South Australia Barossa Valley
COLOUR Almost translucent, very pale straw. AROMA Bursting aromas of guava, tropical fruits and a touch of musk. PALATE A mere 6.5% alcohol, delicately sweet with a vibrant spritz. Lively, fresh effervescence on the palate with a subtle sweetness and exotic fruit flavours. Drink this one young whilst still bursting with vibrancy. WINEMAKING Made from 100% White Frontignac (Muscat), it is always the first variety to be picked and the first wine to be bottled from a vintage. The essence of the Moscato style is in maintaining freshness, it is pressed, fermented, filtered, and bottled in quick succession. SERVING SUGGESTIONS Serve chilled. An amazingly versatile style that makes for a wonderful aperitif or the perfect palate cleanser with fresh fruits and dessert. Works well with tangy salty cheese such as fetta or a young goat cheese. ANALYSIS Alc 6.5%, pH 3.0, Acidity 7.1 CELLAR POTENTIAL Drink within 18 months of vintage. REGION The fruit comes from 80 to 100 year old White Frontignac vines grown in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Once a victim of fashion White Frontignac is undergoing a revival as this deliciously tantalizing style.
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