Torres Floralis Moscatel Oro

Moscatel

—VINTAGES#: 642173
Torres Floralis Moscatel Oro
Style - Sweet
This golden elixir has been made by the Torres family since 1946. It is akin to France's Vin du Naturel, in Spain called Vino di Licor. It is made from Muscat de Alejandría grapes that have not been fermented, and must from the pressings is fortified with distilled wine to bring the alcohol up to 15%. This heady, orange oil and honey blossom sip finishes with candied mandarine and a gentle whiff of clove - and does double duty as an aprés (the Spanish don't eat dinner until 10pm after all) or dessert wine. Sip along Spanish blue Valdéon or Cabrales and some roasted marcona almonds. Bliss. Score - 90. (Treve Ring, winealign.com, May 24, 2014)
$15.95

Product Details

Release Date:
September 3, 2016
500 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
15.0%
Made in:
Spain
By:
Miguel Torres S.A.,
Sugar Content:
180 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
S - Sweet
Style:
Sweet
Varietal:
Moscatel

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