Cloudy, it looks a bit like chicken broth in some respects. Sweet muscat grapes seize the aromas. Tinged with a squeeze of citrus, it's appley. I can't help but think of cider. Nicely weighted and textured, it's creamy and absolutely smashable. The finish is dominated by Black Muscat yumminess and handfuls of yeastiness. A good aperitif, or just a lazy anytime wine when soaking up the sun - on the patio.
Region: Ferguson Valley, Western Australia
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