Is Bartenura Moscato blue?
OUT OF THE BLUE
From our iconic Moscato in its stunning blue bottle to our full line of sparkling wines and everything in between, Bartenura pairs perfectly whether you’re sipping poolside, entertaining or just relaxing after a long day.
Is Moscato a wine?
Moscato is a sweet, fizzy white or Rosé wine with a low alcohol content that pairs exquisitely with desserts and appetizers. Moscatos are made from the Muscat grape—a table grape also used for raisins—and typically feature flavors of sweet peach, orange blossom and nectarine.
Why is Moscato in a blue bottle?
In 1992, Royal decided to put their Moscato in a blue bottle. This caused all sorts of problems for the producer, because blue was not a bottle color approved by the authorities in this particular region. However, they stuck with it, even though it would have been easier to conform.
What is Barefoot Moscato?
Barefoot Moscato is a sweet, lively white wine with a light, crisp acidity. Tropical aromas of pineapple and orange blossom meet highlights of juicy peach, honey and lemon zest for a perfectly refreshing finish.
Why is Moscato so cheap?
Muscat vines are relatively easy to grow in a variety of places, and can have high yields. … Moscato winemaking is also a relatively affordable process—it doesn’t typically require a fancy zip code, expensive barrels, marquee winemakers, or aging and storage costs.