Fruity and crisp with notes of pear cocktail, ripe clementine and freshly-squeezed lime.
Pairs well with ceviche, fresh fruit salads and poolside sipping
Residual Sugar: 2.5 g/L
Deep within the Cantabrian Mountains dwell Los Osos Pardos Cantabricos de España Norte. The brown bears of Northern Spain. For centuries. These majestic bears have been a symbol of pride, hard work and natural splendor –the same ingredients that make this wine so delicious. Bienvenido a Oso Pardo.
Zesty, zingy and DRY! These are the classic notes of the Moscatel grape, which is known outside of Spain as Muscat. On the nose, you will get bright citrus and white flower that you may think is sweet, but once you sip this fruity, crisp Spanish white, you’ll taste notes of pear, clementine and lime that will have your tastebuds dancing. Because it’s so refreshing and easy to drink, Moscatel is enjoyed all across the beaches of the Southern Spanish coast, so do as the Spaniards do!
For this Moscatel, grapes were harvested from vines planted more than 15 years ago in Spain. After harvest, the grapes were destemmed, pressed, and moved into stainless-steel tanks to ferment on native yeast for 15 days. The wine was then bottled unaged, unfined and lightly filtered.
DID YOU KNOW?
Also known as Muscat, Moscatel is embraced because of its incredible floral notes. Moscatel is one of the main grapes found in some of the most famous wines in the world, including sherry and Moscatel de Setubal. These wines are typically fortified and sweet, which is very different than the fresh and vibrant Moscatel you find across Spain. This shows the incredible versatility of this grape!