ROSE HILL– Duplin Winery, the South’s largest winery, announces the release of a new, distinctive red wine that is fascinating wine enthusiasts of every taste and is redefining what a sweet wine can be.
The first-in-the-world Muscadine Moscato is a mix of the honey-floral tasting notes of Moscato meeting with the classic sweet of Muscadine, creating a brand new, refined white wine.
To develop Muscadine Moscato, Duplin Winery turned to premium Moscato grapes, a Nielsen-reported top 10 U.S. varietal commemorated for its smooth character, and combined them with the business’s acclaimed Muscadine wine.
“Muscadine Moscato is the best white wine we’ve ever made, by far,” Duplin co-owner Dave Fussell Jr. stated. “We’re the very first to do this and nobody can do it like we can.”
The simple drinking Muscadine Moscato features sweet, yet mellow, tips of nectarine and white peach and is finest served gently cooled or ice cold.
“Classy and sassy is how I would explain Duplin Muscadine Moscato,” Fussell said. “You get simply a tip of that unique muscadine taste and a sun-drenched, crystal-clear, medium sweetness. It’s tough to drink one glass, which’s coming from me, a Duplin dry wine drinker.”
Duplin anticipates to include another wine to its brand-new Muscadine Moscato line later this year, but the Fussells stated they are keeping that brand-new taste and its release date a household trick.
Duplin Muscadine Moscato is $9.99 per bottle and offered at Duplin Winery places in Rose Hill and North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The white wine will likewise be used at Duplin’s soon-to-open Panama City Beach, Fla., place set to open in the spring. The white wine might be acquired online at duplinwinery.com. Some southeast grocery stores will also bring it.