This fresh and vibrant white wine is a true crowd pleaser, showing the pronounced sweet floral aroma that makes Muscat so easy to love. Light-bodied, the upfront character of the wine is best described as 'grapey', with aromas of passion fruit, pineapple, elderflowers, rose petals, dried fruit, tropical and stone fruit along with lychee--Muscat is a fruit salad in a glass!
Versatile in the extreme, Muscat pairs wonderfully with rich seafood like sweet scallops, prawns, or lobster salad, and loves creamy, salty cheese like Cambozola or Danish Blue, but it's also perfect for slow, glorious sipping on a balmy patio in the afternoon.
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|Wine Region||North America|
|Food Pairings||Rich seafood like sweet scallops, prawns, or lobster salad, and loves creamy, salty cheese like Cambozola or Danish Blue|
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Although this specific wine has not yet been bottled, the reason that I purchased it was because I had purchased it in the past and it was wonderful!!. We now call this our "House" wine. As soon as I get this batch in the bottles I will be ordering another kit so that I always have some on hand. This wine has a great natural sweetness and fruity bouquet.
This kit turned out great. It turned out a little sweet but I added some wine conditioner to sweeten it up to our liking. All our friends like it also. I don't think it will get to age very long.
Just bottled the wine today(03/2). Nice aroma and flavor. With age it will get even better. I made this so I have some Muscat on hand for some of my sauces that I make with wines. Not real sweet but just right for baked scallops in a white wine sauce.
Easy to follow instructions. Not my first wine kits but very similar to the the previous kits. Only into the first ferment currently. Will post later with results after aging.
This one turned out a little dry for my liking. I did add a little extra sweetener before bottling, but this is definitely still quite dry for a traditional Moscato. Nice overall flavor