Despite the deep crimson color, the nose is surprisingly delicate; showing strawberries and red cherry. Pleasant, easy drinking and well balanced, but not particularly concentrated, this is a wine that will work easily with a wide variety of food without drawing much attention to itself.
Moscato often offers a musky smell, and this wine delivers just that. There’s wet earth, moss and strong, creamy aromas that smell very much like peach yogurt. Tingling acidity lingers in the mouth.