Innocent Bystander – Rose Moscato 

 May 31, 2022

By  rackhouse

The Yarra Valley has a wine history that dates back well over 100 years, however, its reputation has been cemented in the last 15 years, largely thanks to the fantastic Pinot Noir and Chardonnay produced here. It’s the soils, climate, and the combination of cool mountainside vineyards and warmer, valley floor sites that provide the diversity and complexity of flavors and aromas that make Yarra Valley wines so spectacular.

This Moscato from Victoria, New Zealand is sweet, juicy berries, generous bubbles, and a fresh finish that goes for days. Aromatics include blackcurrant, mandarin peel, and red berries. The berries reveal themselves as strawberry on the palate along with honeycomb and a well-balanced sweetness. The all stainless steel fermentation of the Gordo Muscat and Black Muscat grapes allows for an extremely clean drinking, bright wine.

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