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Sunkissed Sparkling (4 pack)

Sunkissed Sparkling (4 pack)

SIZE 250mL
TYPE Sparkling Moscato
VARIETAL Moscato

CONVENIENTLY PACKED IN SINGLE SERVE CANS WITH SUSTAINABILITY IN MIND.

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Tasting Notes

Colour Medium straw colour with occasional gold hues.

Aroma Fragrant aromas of lychee and orange blossom.

Palate Moscato in a traditional Spumante style driven by bright primary fruits of ripe peach and mango.

Food Pairing

Enjoy with a cheese or charcuterie platter or as a digestive after dinner.

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Taste profile

Primary flavors

Peach

For the purposes of understanding stone fruit flavors in wine, we stick to peaches and apricots for white wines. If you like brunch bellinis or dried apricots on a charcuterie board, then you'll like this flavour profile.

Apricot

There is apricot and then there is dried apricot, which follows a spectrum of sweetness. Apricot generally is an aroma often found in sweeter wines such as Moscato whereas dried apricot can be found in forified wines such as tawny port.

Pineapple

Pineapple is a tropical fruit, with sweet and juicy pungent flesh. It’s this sweet pungency that’s reflected in some wine aromas, though no actual pineapple is present.

Secondary flavors

Pear

Pear flavour in wine is also reminiscent of stone fruits, such as nectarine. The flavour brings a lusciousness to wine similarly to how pear levels up a cheese plate.

Honey

The main defining factors of honey are its sweetness and its viscosity. Therefore as a tasting note it's often applied to sweeter wines or dessert wines, which are more syrupy in taste and density than other wines.