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Barefoot Pink Moscato

Barefoot Pink Moscato

4.5(30 reviews)
Prices from: $4.47 - $12.09
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Proprietary / Other Blend
California, United States
Tasting Notes
Cherry, Berry, Red Fruit
Food Pairing
Chicken, Fruit - Sweet

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Product Description

Aromas of Mandarin orange and sweet jasmine crash into each other to create a deliciously sweet sea of pink goodness. Subtle flavors of cherry, raspberry, and pomegranate complement the lingering and vibrant finish

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Drizly Expert Notes

Barefoot Cellars is a testament to California ingenuity and free spirit, offering excellent quality and value without the need for pretense. Davis Bynum created the first run of Barefoot called Barefoot Burnam Burgundy in his garage in 1965. The name came from the ancient and effective practice of crushing grapes with your feet. The winery was renamed Barefoot Cellars in 1986 by its new leaders Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey who created the now-familiar foot print label.

Winemaker Jennifer Wall, has grown the brand from the original four wines to more than 30 in their collection. Grapes sourced from throughout California serve to create a beverage that is delicious and offers a fun, whimsical approach to wine, rather than snobbishness.

Barefoot Pink Moscato is an outstanding offering for friends and family who enjoy a bit of bubbles. This lightly effervescent, semi-sparkling wine marries the worlds of a classic white moscato with that of delicious rose. The result is a wine with notes of orange and jasmine flowers with a hint of cherries and pomegranate. Pair this wine with any food that has a touch of sweetness or a dessert of fresh fruit and whipped cream. Also don't forget how perfectly balanced a sweet wine is with spicy dishes like kung pao chicken or shrimp.