The finest Muscat grape, the Muscat Rosa À Petits Grains is used to create Stella Bella Pink Muscat. Our Pink Muscat is inspired by the Italian Moscato d’Asti wine from the Piedmont region in Italy’s north, which is made from this same grape. The wine is grapey, low in alcohol and lightly ‘frizzante’ (semi-sparkling).
Stella Bella Pink Moscato 2014
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Per Bottle: $19.00 ea Per Case (12pk): $228.00 ea
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Vintage 2014 Varietals Muscat Rose a Petits Grains 100% Alc Vol 7.5% Std Drinks 2.2 pH 3.24 Acidity 7.01g/Lt Residual Sugar 90gr/Lt Closure Type Screwcap
Appearance: A brilliant rosy pink colour
Aroma: The wine has an immensely appealing bouquet of rosewater and Turkish Delight, intertwined with orange blossom and musk.
Palate: The spritzy palate is brightly fruity, displaying fresh strawberry and Turkish Delight flavours, combining zesty fresh acidity to deliver a lithe, fresh and delicate finish.
Drink It: Whislt youthful and fresh from chilled champagne flutes.
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“It’s only a half bottle (375mL), but this pink little cylinder is like a raving luna love-god. “Fairy Floss!” AM shouted, “Muscaty, like eating Frontignac grapes off the vine”. I too had the vision dining, with my head on a cushion’s velvet lining, that the grapevines climbed o’er. MT had the schoolboy excuse of ”ran out of paper” so sadly we have no words from him. BH relished the ”perfume, rose petal and Turkish delight” aromatics, which didn’t stray from my “musk life-savers”. The bell-curve of flavour is respectfully delicate; Muscat Blanc á Petit Grain is the variety with the low-density feel that rainbow lorikeets would go gaga for. It will certainly get the sweet white drinker, hook, line and sinker.”
Jason Boudville, Spice Magazine, Summer 2010
“Lovely pink hues, soft lychee aromas and long, lingering, zesty, sweet sherbety flavours.”
New Releases, Winestate Magazine, Vol 33. Issue 10
Light orange-pink. Redcurrant, cherry and musky herbs on the nose. Sappy, sweet and penetrating, offering intense red fruit flavors and a hint of bitter orange pith. Finishes fleshy and smooth, with good cling and lingering sweetness.
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar July 2012
Enjoy as a palate cleanser as part of a dégustation menu, with a fruit platter on a hot summer’s afternoon or with vanilla panna cotta and fresh strawberries.