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Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Bathe Wines Moscato 2010

Moscato always strikes me as a 'fun' wine.  This particular example from new kid on the block Bathe Wines is a blend of Orange Muscat, White Frontenac and a dash of Chardonnay.  

Pale straw in colour, the aroma is redolent of a bellini, lovely peach on the nose.  Entry brings youthful spritz onto the tongue that transforms into more of the peach.

Leading to the finish, more of the sparkly spritz re-presents itself to its natural conclusion.

In short: simple, fun and refreshing.

Source: Sample
Price: $18
Closure: Screwcap


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