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Yellow Label Moscato 2020

Wolf Blass

Yellow Label Moscato 2020

Wolf Blass

Yellow Label Moscato 2020

RRP (750 mL)
$16.00
750 mL
$13.00
6 x 750 mL
$78.00

Overview

Overview

Wolf Blass Wines, established in 1966, has grown from a humble tin shed to become one of the world’s most successful and awarded wineries. Today, Wolf Blass wines are exported to more than 50 countries and are recognised internationally as icons of modern winemaking. The essence of Wolf Blass wines is exemplified through the passion of its custodians, past and present as they continue to create wines of quality, character and consistency.

The heartland of Wolf Blass winemaking, Yellow Label has delivered exceptional quality for over 40 years through an outstanding range of South Australian wines. Bright, fruit-driven and full of flavour, Yellow Label wines pair perfectly with food, helping make any meal more of an occasion.

A refreshing, crisp and lightly Spritzed Moscato with notes of citrus, florals and musk. The palate is sweet, lush and mouthfilling with a soft fruitiness and perfectly balanced acidity. Ideally served chilled and enjoyed while young and vibrant.

Varietal Moscato
Vintage 2020
Country Australia
Region Multi-Region Blend
Volume 750 mL
Enclosure Screw Cap
Alc/Vol 5.5%
Peak Drinking Enjoy Now
Winemaker John Ashwell

Taste Description

Taste Description

Nose

Fresh notes of citrus, musk and florals.

Flavours and Palate

Lightly spritzed, with a sweet, lush, mouth-filling palate packed with lively citrus and floral notes. Soft, fruity and perfectly balanced, with refreshing acidity and a crisp finish.

Food Pairing

Food Pairing

Cheese
Cured Meat
Spicy Food

Viticulture

Viticulture

The 2019 growing season began with a mild, dry spring, with warm, sunny weather at the start of flowering bringing on early fruit-set. Summer heat events carried through to late March, resulting in a highly compressed vintage. Well-managed vineyards escaped most of the heat effects, producing very good wine quality.