Beautiful rose water and Turkish delight on the nose come through to blood orange, clementine and guava and guava with a hint of sweetness on the palate.
Tasting notes While it’s been described as the ultimate breakfast wine, this spritzy Moscato is also fantastic as an
aperitif or dessert wine. Blush in colour, the nose is dominated by aromas of rose water and Turkish
delight. Blood orange, clementine and guava offer a hint of sweetness on the palate giving this wine a
fresh clean finish. Drink chilled!
Viticultural notes Our 2019 Moscato was made from Black Muscat grapes grown on the Granite Belt.The Granite Belt is situated on the Great Dividing Range 850m above sea level and 95km inland from the coast. The Winters are cold and frosty and Summers warm producing a continental climate. Most of the region’s rainfall comes in Spring feeding the growing buds and shoots. The soil is largely composed of granite, somewhat on the acidic side and is very free draining. Winemaking notes The key to making Moscato is to capture the naturally fruity aromas and flavours of the Muscat Grape.
The ferment is stopped early, leaving the grapes natural sugar and flavour intensity as the wine’s key feature.
Moscato is released soon after vintage to preserve its naturally fresh character.
Wine Analysis COLOUR Vibrant pink NOSE Rose water and Turkish delight PALATE Blood orange, clementine and guava ALC/VOL 7.5% CELLAR Best enjoyed while young and vibrant FOOD MATCH As an aperitif or with dessert