- My Rating: [A-]
McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate Moscato (Non-Vintage), 6.0% ABV, 750ml., (South Eastern Australia)
on the back label:
“With floral aromas, this wine has a delightful bouquet. Its lively palate displays peach, citrus and honey with a full bodied sweetness balanced by a refreshing mouth feel.”
- Style: (Frizzante – Moscato) White wine
- Taste: Inviting fruity bright sweet peach pear elderflower tangy
- Where I got it : BC Liquor Stores
- How much: $15 – 750ml., sometime in 2012
- Do I love this enough to drink it again: sure
- Would I recommend this to white wine aficionados: just for fun, not to impress
Visual: Twist cap top. Pours with bubbles settled at the bottom of the glass, clear light yellow, no activity.
Nose: bright fruity floral notes of peachy pear and touch of elderflower. (lvl-6)-pungency
Attack: bright welcoming fruitiness
Mid-palate: (lvl-7-sweetness), peach, pear, elderflower, tangy lemon-lime acidity,
Finish: light tart, trace amounts of cloying sugar, onset of heartburn
Summary: Super playfully fruity controlled sweet and hardly expensive. Recommended for parties, with a meal, or as a palate cleanser, this one is extremely easy to drink. Might cause heartburn for some.