Moscato is a fruity, sweet, spritzy, and delicious partner for vineyard-hopping. It’s becoming a popular choice at wine festivals, food fairs, and girly events. Moscato is made of Muscat grapes. This is one of the oldest varieties known to man. You’ve probably had your moments with Asti Sumante. This is the Piedmont region’s classic version.
On Hunter Valley wine tours, you could almost smell the delicate aromas of Moscato. The region’s wines complement every dish, from rich lunches to sweet desserts.
Here you can join the sparkling action with the Hunter Valley’s best Moscatos.
Wandin Estate is nestled among vineyards and surrounded by kangaroos and birds. It offers a unique backdrop for wine tastings. The Estate Range’s pink-colored Pink NV Moscato, which is easy to drink, is a floral delight. The NV Sparkling Cuvee is a sparkling wine with citrus and berry flavors. Chef John Rutherford is the head of Wandin Kitchen, which offers delicious menus and garnishes from its garden herbs.
Gartelmann Janette Moscato, named after its former co-owner, is bubbly and delicious to sip while discussing matters of national importance. It is fruity, fresh and sweet with a hint of strawberry sweetness. Gartelmann Veronica Rose, which features strawberries and cream characters, continues the ‘pretty pink’ theme. The charming Deck Cafe offers delicious bites and stunning views from this boutique cellar door.
Talking about Moscato can put you in a happy mood. You don’t even have to go to Hunter Valley to find your favorite spritzy drop. A private wine tour through the hunter valley tour from sydney is a great way to highlight sparkling wines for hen parties, birthdays, or just to show your love for Moscato. Cheers!
The Kelman Sparkling Moscato 2019 will delight you with strawberries, cream, pear and ginger. The boutique vineyard Kelman in Pokolbin has a long list of awards and medals to its credit. Fun fact: The winery’s name is William Dalrymple Kelman. He was the founder of the Australian wine industry during the mid-1800s. For a sweet treat, you can try the Hunter Liqueur Muscat. To celebrate, enjoy a sparkling Blanc de Blancs.
In Australia, the oldest continuously operating vineyard in Australia, Hungerford Hill was established in 1960. The Earlybird Series’ sweet flavours include the fruity and fragrant Earlybird Moscato Hunter Valley, which is a perfect chilled drop to enjoy on sunny days. The estate also includes the Muse Restaurant, a charming Sculpture Courtyard, and lush lawns that can be used for picnics.
Hope Estate’s winery concert amphitheatre, which is known for its famous winery concert stage, is the perfect place to dress up and enjoy a glass of NV Moscato. This white delight has a rose-infused smell. There’s no need to wait for the concert to enjoy the cellar door, which allows you to sample blush-pink Tower Estate Moscato and citrusy NV Australian Sparkling. The estate, which is family-owned and operated, also houses an award-winning craft brewery and distillery.
Hanging Tree Wines
Hanging Tree Wines offers stunning views of Brokenback Mountain Ranges. It is situated on a 40-acre vineyard with Cabernet, Semillon and Chardonnay vines. The magic happens here with handpicked grapes, including an NV sparkling Moscato that will delight your taste buds with its red toffee apple, pink fairy string, and strawberry notes. Sparkling white lovers love the delicate bubbles, sherbet tingle, and toasty overtones that NV Sparkling Brut offers. The old Blacksmiths House, the Horse Whisperer’s Lodge and other historical sites will take you back in time.
Peterson House is known for its motto, “Life’s flat without bubbly”, so you’re sure to find the perfect spot for a spritz at their bar. The cellar door boasts over 40 sparkling wines and a ‘bubbly staff’. Dolce Per Tutti Moscato is made from Muscat early-picked. For a refreshing, tropical treat, try the straw-green Prosecco. Do you love pink? Treat yourself to Illusion Rose, Pink Blush Rose, and the raspberry-hued Prosecco Rose. Phew! Restaurant Cuvee offers creative cuisine and vineyard views when you’re ready for a bite.
Enjoy the sparkling bubbles, musk candy aromas, and pale pink colour Bimbadgen Sparkling Moscato, NV with stunning views. The winery is perched high on Pokolbin’s hill, and features cutting-edge architecture including an iconic bell tower. The cellar door boasts views over the Barrington Ranges and features modern, fresh aesthetics. If you’re looking to stay for a while, the Sparkling Rose NV, Sparkling Cuvee and Sparkling Semillon are all available.