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Grant Burge Moscato Frizzante

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Grant Burge Moscato Frizzante

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James Halliday (2012 Vintage) says
There is no question Australian makers are trying hard with moscato, realising the market. Here part of the wine is the striking custom-made bottle, but the contents are also commendable, the grapey flavors enhanced by lemony acidity that balances the sweetness.
Australian Wine Companion 2014 Edition 2013
Tyson Stelzer (2011 Vintage) says
In its distinctive, rippled bottle, this is a moscato that finds a balance between its honeyed sweetness, spicy ginger and – crucially – tangy lemon flavours.
Wine Taste - Edition 53 2012
James Halliday (2009 Vintage) says
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010
Peter Forrestal (2008 Vintage) says
It would be pretty hard to beat the 2008 Grant Burge Moscato for sheer good looks and elegance. It seems to me much more Helen Burge than her husband. This has a brilliant floral label that would be a show-stopper or the ideal bottle to give as a gift. The wine itself is much more Grant Burge, with impressive, intense honeysuckle and rose petal flavours, some sweetness and a crisp, clean finish that lingers
Quaff 2010 2009
James Halliday (2008 Vintage) says
Fresh and full of musk and grapey essence; vibrant and fun, to be enjoyed in its youth.
Australian Wine Companion 2010 2009
Ken Gargett (2007 Vintage) says
Never let it be said that dbwwm is not hip, hot and happening (if indeed that word has been used since the sad day the Monkees broke up). These slightly sweet, slightly fizzy wines are a fast-expanding category, and for good reason as they are a joy to drink. This one, with orange rind and lavender notes, is made from frontignac. Burge used to make a Lily Farm fronty which was rarely seen but this new-look bottle of loveliness will attract a lot more attention.
Don't Buy Wine Without Me 2008 2007

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