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Grant Burge Alfresco Moscato



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GRANT BURGE Moscato Frizzante is a delicate style, suited to wine lovers of all styles and many different occasions. This wine is handcrafted from premium fruit sourced from vineyards throughout the Barossa, using the traditional Moscato variety of White Frontenac, also known as Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains. Winemaking fruit was crushed and de-stemmed with the fermentation process carried out at a cool temperature (11-13°C) for several weeks. At this time, the fermentation was stopped to retain natural grape sugars and sweetness. The wine had only 9% alcohol when it was bottled under low temperatures to retain the natural carbon dioxide, which appears in the wine as subtle elegant bubbles. The Wine The Grant Burge Moscato Frizzante is an exceptionally rich and fruity wine showing characters unique to the noble White Frontenac grape (Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains), grown in rich Barossa soils.


Apperance: Pale straw with green tinges

Aroma: Vibrant aromas of rosewater, lychee and guava are accented by the sweet floral perfume of fresh rose petals and lavender, with rich, sweet aromas of fresh quince and confectionary musk

Palate: The palate is a mix of natural fruit sugar balanced with lower alcohol and crisp acidity to create a pleasingly sweet yet balanced alfresco style. Best served straight from the fridge, its light spritz makes it perfect as a refreshing apèritif or for drinks with friends on a sunny afternoon.

Body: This Moscato has a light and lively body with a rich mouthfeel and balanced acidity, making it a perfect choice as a dessert wine or for enjoying during leisure time.

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