£7.96/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Moscatel de La Marina 2019
Bottle size and vintage
Moscatel De La Marina is made according to the traditional method of fortifying the must with wine alcohol, using the latest technological advances in winemaking to make the most of the grape's potential.
This comes across as a different Muscatel, luscious and very likeable, with a generous aftertaste and decidedly delicate.
A clean, transparent yellow colour with greenish glints, the wine exhibits hints of orange blossom honey on the nose, with aromas of oranges and mandarins, as well as balsamic and mint notes. Light, unctuous and oily on the palate, it shows a perfect balance between acidity and sugar.
There has been no oak ageing.
Desserts / Blue cheeses / Foie gras
- ViewBright / Clean / Greenish glints / Yellow / Crystal-clear
- Bouquet:Orange blossom / Balsamic notes / Fruit aromas / Floral scents / Orange / Menthol aromas / Mandarin
- Mouth:Balanced / Unctuous / Good acidity / Oily / Light
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 5ºC and 7ºC
Un moscatel fresco y muy dulce, ideal para tomar en pequeñas cantidades.by: Sylwia (30/08/2018) - Vintage 2017
Très bon vin .... Je conseille boire bien frais ... Idéal pour apéro , sucrée mais qu’il donne dans la tête ....by: Juan Antonio (22/06/2018) - Vintage 2017
Un vino equilibrado con una acidez integrada potenciando los sabores frutales y consiguiendo frescura en boca. Sabroso, auténtico, persistente y elegante.by: Graham (07/08/2017) - Vintage 2016
My go to dessert moscatel
Have been drinking this for years and have always thought it to be a top, top wine. I have even found it on the wine list of a top UK gastropub. It is one of the best moscatels you wil ever try, incredibly fresh and intense tasting and perfect with all fruit based desserts or just plainer flavoured ice creams and sorbetsby: Sylwia (18/10/2017) - Vintage 2016
J’aime beaucoup ce vin . Il est très doux boire bien sûr bien frais . Boire et renvoie avec des amis ou tout seul .
Enrique Mendoza Viticultor
Enrique Mendoza started out in the world of wine in the 1970s when he planted about 2,000 Muscat vines in a plot near the coast in his hometown of Alfás del Pi (Alicante) following the winemaking tradition of the Marina Baixa region. Enrique's first wines were aimed at the local market and for bulk selling. After these beginnings he extended his properties, taking on the Finca Chaconero estate in Villena in 1989. Here he cultivates 80 hectares of vines ranging from internatio...