Wine "Barefoot" Moscato
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Reviews of purchase "Barefoot" Moscato
Wine is light straw color.
The taste of the wine is juicy, fresh, deliciously sweet, with pleasant fruit notes and a bright, clear aftertaste.
In the lush fruity aroma of wine, notes of citrus fruits leak through the tones of a juicy peach and ripe apricot.
The wine is quite versatile, best suited to spicy dishes of Asian cuisine, light desserts, fruits and soft cheeses.
"Barefoot" Moscato is a white Californian wine with delicious sweetness and bright, lush, juicy fruity. Like the rest of the wine brand "Berfut", Moscato is very versatile and is combined with many dishes. The best pair of wine will be piquant dishes of Asian cuisine, light desserts, fruits and soft cheeses.
The history of the winery Barefoot Cellars began in 1965, when the Californian winemaker Davis Binum first created "Barefoot Bynum Burgundy" in his garage. An unconventional name indicated a simple way of pressing grapes barefoot. In 1986, when the leading entrepreneurs Michael Hulihan and Bonnie Harvey took over the management of the farm and renamed it "Barefoot", the real movement of the winery began. Its name, logo and wines quickly impressed consumers. When in 1995 the winemaker Jen Wall joined the company, "Barefoot" offered only four wines on the market. Today, a diverse collection of wineries has more than 30 wines, each of which has its own bright label with a footprint. "Berfoot" wines are presented on all continents, and the brand is one of the most famous in the world.