August 19, 2009

Peter Lehmann 2008 Princess Moscato

This is some bubbly fun for Summer.  It is as it appears in the glass, grapey and frothy. It smells as it appears too. Made from Frontignan from the Barossa Valley, it is as upfront a medium sweet pronounced fruit and perfumed wine as you should expect from this style of Moscato but has the structure to pull it off..

Date: 3rd July 2009   Price: $19   Value: $      Drink: Now Now Now

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