7 Sins Tamâioasa Româneasca Muscat Blanc À Petit Grains 2006
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|Okay, relax. It’s easy really. T?amâioas?a Româneasc?a is just the Romanian name for the great white grape, Muscat Blanc à Petit Grains. Expect many of the same virtues: orange, spice cupboard, table grapes and pear nectar. Giving Falanghina a run for its money as one of winemaking’s oldest grapes (it was also put to use during the Roman period), Muscat Blanc à Petit Grains is hugely underrated. It is often off-dry, as in this case, so its beautiful aromatics and beguiling flavours are a natural match for spicy Asian cuisine. or a vast array of flavourful seafood dishes. Source: Vintages Wine Panel|
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Serve this wine between 55-60 degrees Farenheit or 12-16 degrees Celsius. Tip: If your bottle is at room temperature, put it in ice water for about 30 minutes or in the fridge for about three hours to chill it.