Moscato 2023

Brown Brothers

Minimum order of 1 case or 6 bottles (Mixed or straight)

Moscato is an often-misunderstood grape, yet in the hands of a talented winemaker it's pretty memorable: an approachable and easy-drinking white wine that’s beautifully fresh with a soft musk aroma, and a delicate sparkling finish. Best enjoyed chilled.

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Tasting Notes

The 2023 Moscato showcases a beautifully clean and light straw colour with hints of youthful green. The nose is filled with delightful aromas of musk, citrus, and freshly crushed grapes. On the palate, it comes alive with a vibrant and mouth-filling sherbet flavour. The wine's mild frizzante effect adds to its lively and fresh character. It is a delicate, perfumed, and crisp wine that is perfect as an aperitif or table wine. For a delightful pairing, try it with a platter of soft cheese and fresh slices of Granny Smith apple. It also pairs fantastically with Vietnamese rice paper rolls, where the aromatic lift of the Moscato complements the spices, and its natural sweetness balances the chili heat. Serve this Moscato well chilled and enjoy its youthful and vibrant nature.

Food Pairings

Try this versatile wine with a platter of soft cheese and green apple, or loaded Vietnamese rice paper rolls. The aromatic lift of Moscato complements many spicy dishes while the sweetness balances the chilli heat.

Fruit was crushed to drainers, pressed, fermented in stainless steel tanks and cold stored at 0° before being bottled.

Vineyard RegionVictoria
Wine AnalysisAlc/Vol: 5.5%

This Moscato is beautifully clean with a light straw colour and some youthful green tinges.


The nose is lifted with aromas of musk, citrus and freshly crushed grapes.


In the mouth the wine is alive with a vibrant and mouth-filling sherbet flavour.

Peak Drinking

Best enjoyed while young and fresh.

Growing Conditions

This wine is made from Muscat of Alexandria grapes. The grapes were harvested through March to May at baumés ranging from 9.7 to 12.8.