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Rothbury Estate Vintage Bell Moscato 2015
  • Stunning with seafood
  • Low on alcohol, great for lunches
  • Fresh as it gets

Rothbury Estate Vintage Bell Moscato 2015 x12

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This fresh Moscato is perfect for long lunches, with only 6% alcohol. Delicate and elegant with lifted aromas of spicy ginger, musk and rose water, it really is a treat. A delicious wine to serve as the sun slips slowly from view.

Wine Region

SOUTH EAST AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Gordo, Muscat, Frontignac

Alcohol

6.0%

Foods

Vietnamese food, light summer salads or with light seafood.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw with a green tinge

Nose

Delicate, elegant, lifted aromas of spicy ginger and musk with hints of rose water. Fresh fruity aromas of musk, pear and citrus.

Palate

A deliciously light, fruity white, with just a touch of spritziness in the mouth and lovely flavours of musk, grapes and spice. Flavours of pear, apple, candied citrus peel, sweet fruity palate. Well balanced acide for crsip, clean refreshing finish.

Background

Playing an integral role in the traditions of Rothbury Estate, the "Vintage Bell" was hung in 1970 on the east wall of the Winery and is tolled by the chief Winemaker to announce the commencement and completion of each vintage.

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