Barossa Tower Moscato 2013
Tasting Notes

This light, fresh and deliciously sweet wine is the perfect aperitif. The nose is characterised by the lifted floral notes of musk and engages the palate with a natural fruit sweetness. The slight effervescence is refreshing and cleansing with fruit notes of lime and pineapple. 

Winemaking

Picked early in the morning, the fruit was delivered cool to the winery. Free run juice and cold settling preceded a long, cool fermentation. The fermentation was left to run its course over 14 days leaving a naturally sweet, vibrant wine. A touch of spritz is detectable on the palate from the residual carbon dioxide which was harnesses and bottles to retain both fruit vibrancy and freshness. 

The Tower is the grand entrance to The Château and the Barossa Tower range is your gateway to a contemporary selection of wines for everyday drinking, from both classic and new varieties, highlighting the Barossa’s rich diversity.

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CLOSURE
Stelvin

WINEMAKER
Stuart Bourne
GRAPE VARIETY
White Frontignac
GROWING REGION
Barossa
% ALCOHOL
8.2
RESIDUAL SUGAR
52
ACIDITY
7.3
pH
2.96
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Tasting Notes

This light, fresh and deliciously sweet wine is the perfect aperitif. The nose is characterised by the lifted floral notes of musk and engages the palate with a natural fruit sweetness. The slight effervescence is refreshing and cleansing with fruit notes of lime and pineapple. 

Winemaking

Picked early in the morning, the fruit was delivered cool to the winery. Free run juice and cold settling preceded a long, cool fermentation. The fermentation was left to run its course over 14 days leaving a naturally sweet, vibrant wine. A touch of spritz is detectable on the palate from the residual carbon dioxide which was harnesses and bottles to retain both fruit vibrancy and freshness. 

The Tower is the grand entrance to The Château and the Barossa Tower range is your gateway to a contemporary selection of wines for everyday drinking, from both classic and new varieties, highlighting the Barossa’s rich diversity.

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