Flowers for Lucy Moscato 2020 - 12 pack SPECIAL - Koonara Wines

Flowers for Lucy Moscato 2020 – 12 pack SPECIAL

$189.24 inc GST

These bottles have slight label faults.
Region: South Australia
 
Tell me more:
Back when they were just little girls, Lucy and Alice would stroll into the Cellar Door to say hi, and almost always they are holding flowers picked along the way. Alice’s flowers excitedly go to her Mum, while Lucy’s – with her arm stretched out proudly – come to me. “These are for you Dad,” she says. One day (when she is old enough to enjoy in moderation) the burst of floral flavours in this Moscato will be my flowers to her.” Dru Reschke.
 
Winemakers Comments:
Stone fruits such as peach, apricot, hints of Turkish delight, musk and strawberries. Floral notes like rose petal and cherry blossom. Great balance of sweetness and refreshing lime and floral notes – along with low alcohol – making it easier to have a glass or two during dinner. Finishes with a nice lingering cherry blossom honey on the palate
 
Style & Character:Moscato is considered a sweeter wine, but how it’s made is dictated by the winemaker and the style that they’re aiming to produce. It generally has lower acidity, with a slight sweetness thanks to higher levels of residual sugar.
 
Flavour Profile:Delicate rose and elderberry flower on the nose, with the light fizz highlighting Turkish delight, musk, and cumquat flower notes. Stone fruits such as peach, apricot, hints of Turkish delight, musk and strawberries. Floral notes like rose petal and cherry blossom
 
Look out for: Turkish delight, rose petals, sweetness and fizz.
 
So how do I serve it? Best served chilled around 6-8° this one is also great in cocktails and ‘hardened up’ with gin or vodka.
 
What pairs well with this?Moscato is sweet, so ideally you should pair it with foods possessing opposite flavour profiles—spicy, sour, salty, bitter. The low alcohol and sweetness balance out the heat from many Asian inspired dishes. However it can still be treated as a dessert wine and paired with sweet flavours like Summer berry trifle and homemade ice-cream.
 
How long will it last?Moscato is best enjoyed from a freshly opened bottle, but when stored correctly it can last for about 3 days. I’m yet to meet too many people who can successful manage this one tho as they tend to finish it shortly after opening.
 
Also good to know:- This wine is Vegan friendly- Has low levels of residual sugar- Below organic levels of sulphur
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These bottles have slight label faults.

Region:
South Australia

 

Tell me more:

Back when they were just little girls, Lucy and Alice would stroll into the Cellar Door to say hi, and almost always they are holding flowers picked along the way. Alice’s flowers excitedly go to her Mum, while Lucy’s - with her arm stretched out proudly - come to me. “These are for you Dad,” she says. One day (when she is old enough to enjoy in moderation) the burst of floral flavours in this Moscato will be my flowers to her.” Dru Reschke.

 

Winemakers Comments:

Stone fruits such as peach, apricot, hints of Turkish delight, musk and strawberries. Floral notes like rose petal and cherry blossom. Great balance of sweetness and refreshing lime and floral notes – along with low alcohol – making it easier to have a glass or two during dinner. Finishes with a nice lingering cherry blossom honey on the palate

 

Style & Character:
Moscato is considered a sweeter wine, but how it’s made is dictated by the winemaker and the style that they’re aiming to produce. It generally has lower acidity, with a slight sweetness thanks to higher levels of residual sugar.

 

Flavour Profile:
Delicate rose and elderberry flower on the nose, with the light fizz highlighting Turkish delight, musk, and cumquat flower notes. Stone fruits such as peach, apricot, hints of Turkish delight, musk and strawberries. Floral notes like rose petal and cherry blossom

 

Look out for:
Turkish delight, rose petals, sweetness and fizz.

 

So how do I serve it?
Best served chilled around 6-8° this one is also great in cocktails and ‘hardened up’ with gin or vodka.

 

What pairs well with this?
Moscato is sweet, so ideally you should pair it with foods possessing opposite flavour profiles—spicy, sour, salty, bitter. The low alcohol and sweetness balance out the heat from many Asian inspired dishes. However it can still be treated as a dessert wine and paired with sweet flavours like Summer berry trifle and homemade ice-cream.

 

How long will it last?
Moscato is best enjoyed from a freshly opened bottle, but when stored correctly it can last for about 3 days. I'm yet to meet too many people who can successful manage this one tho as they tend to finish it shortly after opening.

 

Also good to know:
- This wine is Vegan friendly
- Has low levels of residual sugar
- Below organic levels of sulphur

 


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Tasting Notes

Flavour Profile:
Delicate rose and elderberry flower on the nose, with the light fizz highlighting Turkish delight, musk, and cumquat flower notes. Stone fruits such as peach, apricot, hints of Turkish delight, musk and strawberries. Floral notes like rose petal and cherry blossom

Look out for:
Turkish delight, rose petals, sweetness and fizz.

Vintage

2021

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