“Muse is wine of the old world made in the new—a Tasmanian expression of classic European winemaking. These wines exude texture, integration and complexity. Savour their fine balance and finesse with delicate food. They’re great in their youth, and excellent with bottle maturity.”
We were very lucky enough to sip on this beauty recently from Moorilla Winery in Tasmania (we actually visited the cellar door at Mona in Hobart on our trip to visit the wineries of Tasmania this year). This 2013 ‘Muse’ Extra Brut Sparkling spends 4 years on lees. It has been made in an über fresh and acidity driven style that will only improve with time in the cellar.
It received 94 points from James Halliday and 92 points from Huon Hooke.
The Tasmanian wine adventures continue! The thing I was most excited about Tasmania was the sparkling wine. As some of you may know, I am a bit of a bubbles girl who doesn’t need an excuse to drink the good stuff. Don’t worry there will be a big blog post on the 20+ cellar doors we visited on our trip, however right now I want to introduce you to the Clover Hill 2012 Blanc de Blancs. Continue reading →