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Montevecchio Moscato Frizzante 2023 (Heathcote)

Montevecchio Moscato Frizzante 2023 (Heathcote)

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Montevecchio Moscato Frizzante has a refreshing, light and fruity wine with just a hint of spritz, allowing the bright sherbet, elderflower and honeysuckle flavours of the Moscato Giallo grape to take centre stage. It balances the alcohol, acidity and sweetness perfectly in a style reminiscent of the great wines of Asti.

Wine Specifications

Variety: Moscato Frizzante

Size: 750mL

Region: Heathcote

ABV: 5.5%

Vintage: 2023

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Winery & Vintage Info

We grow more kinds of grapes than you could poke a stick at, so instead of challenging your linguistic or memory skills we have simply chosen a mixed bag the best tasting grapes from our Heathcote vineyard, singled them out or thrown them all in together to make a collection of wines that tick all the boxes: School night? Mid-week pizza? BBQ on the deck? Fish and chips? Hot date? Plastic cup on the beach? Look no further. Montevecchio has all the answers.

Montevecchio wines are all about simplicity and fun, but never boring. Grown at our Heathcote vineyard in central Victoria, which is home to over 20 different Italian grape varieties, the name means old mountain referring to the Cambrian origins of the regions famous red soils.
The delicious and approachable Montevecchio wines are inspired by the everyday drinking wines of Italy. The streamlined range including a bianco, rosato, rosso and moscato are fresh and vibrant, designed to be enjoyed in their youth. The blends may change from vintage to vintage but the vibe stays the same.

Montevecchio Moscato Frizzante is made from 100% Moscato Giallo, a cultivar of Moscato originating from north-eastern Italy which was chosen for its quality factors showing intensely perfumed florals, and its elegance and intensity in the mouth. Moscato Giallo was imported into Australia by the Chalmers family in the late 1990s. Winery Notes

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