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Kozlovic Winery - Momjan muscat dry 2021

Bone-dry and filigree precise wine, it excels with clean character of Muscat grapes on the nose. Medium body and streamlined, it blooms in your mouth in all its cheerful fullness. Superb aperitif. Available xclusively at our vinery.

Momjan muscat dry 2021

Grape variety: momjan muscat, PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)

  • Category: dry wines
  • Wine-growing hills: West Istria, Croatia
  • Vineyard: Vale
  • Vineyard age: 15-40 years
  • Vineyard height above sea level: 200 m
  • Vineyard orientation: south
  • Soil composition: flysch, limestone rocks, clay
  • Harvesting: manual
  • Ageing: stainless steel
  • Aged in bottles: several months
  • Alcohol content: 12,0% vol
  • Total acidity: 5,0 g/l
  • Unfermented sugar: 2,2 g/l
  • Bottle size: 0,75 l
  • Serving temperature: 10-12 °C

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The colour is bright, pale golden. Very youthful on the nose delivering a fine, pure nose of Muscat grapes, orange blossom, and grapefruit, including a layer of riper yellow fruits. In a word, truly inviting and invigorating on the nose!

Bone-dry on the palate and indeed, could be a surprise for those expecting more known, sweet style Muscat. But for those seeking for an ultimate Mediterranean aperitif this is a must. Medium bodied, full of an evident freshness and with a splendid level of acidity, Momjan Muscat offers a glass full of juicy freshness and vibrancy. There is also a slight salty impression enhancing its appetising qualities. Finish is long and refreshing.

One might ask himself what to do with a dry Muscat, but the experience shows, not unexpectedly, this is a lovely aperitif. Being dry and not to intense you can serve it with fish, especially blue fish, salads or as a summer “terrace” wine by glass. Try as well with not too spicy Asian foods such as curry.

Best to drink now, while youthful, keeping its primary fruit aromas but it will bring pleasure for at least 2-3 more years, till 2024.

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