De Bortoli Petit Moscato

De Bortoli Petit Moscato

Petit Moscato is anything but small

Made from Muscat Rouge à Petits Grains, with its name coming from its characteristic small berry size, De Bortoli Wines' latest release, Petit Moscato, is anything but small.

Petit Moscato is made from premium Muscat grapes from Rutherglen, a region renowned globally for producing outstanding, award-winning wines with a unique regional character including fortified and premium quality red wines.

Featuring a beautiful collection of succulents as the packaging design and gorgeous blushing pink colour, Petit Moscato will be a showstopper at any get together. The creative direction for Petit Moscato is inspired from Boho Cacti, which brings to the beauty and free spirit of the vast, hearty and magnificent flora. The bottle design features screen printing and is truly a gorgeous, beautiful work of art with endless possibilities for escape and indulgence.

Petit Moscato is a ball of fun and flavour with the perfect balance of bright fruits, soft acidity and spritzy finish. Indulgent refreshment at its best. Perfect for dressing up a garden party or any occasion with your closest girlfriends.

De Bortoli Wines has pioneered all things pink, coupled with expertise in making award winning sweet wines including the iconic Noble One. The introduction of Petit Moscato will position it as a premium Pink Moscato offering and step up the consumption occasions for Moscato as the ultimate indulgence for party and celebratory occasions.

Available now at Independent bottle shops and De Bortoli's Online Shop, Petit Moscato is available in both 750ml bottles and convenient "petit" 200ml bottles.

Tasting note:
Highly aromatic, fresh and lively berry fruit supporting the bright sorbet characters. The light sparkle adds lift while the aromatics are balanced with the soft mouth feel, the sweetness smooths out any astringency with fresh spritz and acidity. The sorbet lingers in the mouth leaving your palate fresh and alive.

Region: Rutherglen

Winemaking: The fruit was picked and pressed cold. Juice was left to settle naturally and then racked clean. The wine was fermented cold to retain fresh fruit characters and fizz. Fermentation was stopped once a balance was reached between alcohol, sweetness, acidity and bubbles.

Wine analysis: Alc/Vol 7.0%
Cellaring: Drink now or over the next 18 months.


De Bortoli Petit Moscato

750ml RRP: $21.95
200ml RRP: $5.99