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Botani Sierras de Malaga Old Vines Moscatel

8.742 ratings
8.82 pro ratings
Sierras de Málaga, Andalucía, Spain
Moscatel
Top Notes For
Lori Mike

Clear, medium intensity lemon green color. On the nose clean light intensity white peach floral citrus and chamomile. Off dry with medium(-) acidity low alcohol medium (-) body and flavor intensity. More white peach on the palate along with lemon pith and grapefruit a surprisingly medium +finish

Clear, medium intensity lemon green color. On the nose clean light intensity white peach floral citrus and chamomile. Off dry with medium(-) acidity low alcohol medium (-) body and flavor intensity. More white peach on the palate along with lemon pith and grapefruit a surprisingly medium +finish

Apr 28th, 2018
Jordan Wardlaw

What a steal this wine is. Great aromatic intensity and rather expansive on the palate with a very persistent finish. More green, herbal qualities to this vintage, but well-rounded with fragrant white flowers, piercing peaches,
grapefruit pith and a hint of salinity. Nervy, high-acid, herbal and rather complex. An ideal accompaniment to just about any fish, and with enough savory and vegetal component to match well with challenging pairings such as asparagus (which I tried, and it was excellent).

What a steal this wine is. Great aromatic intensity and rather expansive on the palate with a very persistent finish. More green, herbal qualities to this vintage, but well-rounded with fragrant white flowers, piercing peaches,
grapefruit pith and a hint of salinity. Nervy, high-acid, herbal and rather complex. An ideal accompaniment to just about any fish, and with enough savory and vegetal component to match well with challenging pairings such as asparagus (which I tried, and it was excellent).

Mar 28th, 2018
Ray Vanderhoff

Light silvery/gold color. Aromas of white flowers, peach, beeswax and herbal chamomile tea. Pallet is full of peach, lychee, tangerine, green apple, grapefruit and fresh herbs. Touches of minerals and saline on the finish. Waxy texture. Bright with medium plus acidity. Nice complexity.

Light silvery/gold color. Aromas of white flowers, peach, beeswax and herbal chamomile tea. Pallet is full of peach, lychee, tangerine, green apple, grapefruit and fresh herbs. Touches of minerals and saline on the finish. Waxy texture. Bright with medium plus acidity. Nice complexity.

Nov 16th, 2022
Mario Martínez Colino

Moscatel pero no está Dulce. Un vino muy interesante para pescados y arroces. 12,50€

Moscatel pero no está Dulce. Un vino muy interesante para pescados y arroces. 12,50€

Jan 7th, 2022
Ryan Frank

2018 vintage

2018 vintage

May 31st, 2021
Anna Finke

Loved this wine especially in the beginning, now what I consider a “special occasion wine”, cause wouldn’t be my go-to easy drink. Highly fragrant, dry finish. Probably most fragrant wine I’ve ever encountered

Loved this wine especially in the beginning, now what I consider a “special occasion wine”, cause wouldn’t be my go-to easy drink. Highly fragrant, dry finish. Probably most fragrant wine I’ve ever encountered

Dec 25th, 2019
hiro

濃厚  花の香り マスカットもろ

濃厚  花の香り マスカットもろ

Oct 5th, 2019
Rhonely Boy

1) Can’t believe I have not reviewed this wine yet. 2) Appears to have gone through a label change, from the leaf one I know and look for.

Dry Moscatel from Andalucia - Sierra de Malaga.

Clear pale lemon.

Graham cracker (old vine) on the nose, orange flower, honey. Very pretty.

Dry, Crisp clean and lemony, with same graham cracker, orange flower, and honey, with lime in the finish. Med+ body, Med finish.. 14% ABV

Very good, drink now.
I don’t drink a lot of muscat wines, but this is one I keep an eye out for.

1) Can’t believe I have not reviewed this wine yet. 2) Appears to have gone through a label change, from the leaf one I know and look for.

Dry Moscatel from Andalucia - Sierra de Malaga.

Clear pale lemon.

Graham cracker (old vine) on the nose, orange flower, honey. Very pretty.

Dry, Crisp clean and lemony, with same graham cracker, orange flower, and honey, with lime in the finish. Med+ body, Med finish.. 14% ABV

Very good, drink now.
I don’t drink a lot of muscat wines, but this is one I keep an eye out for.

Aug 10th, 2019
Joe Weinberger

This was cool. High acid, dry Muscat of Alexandria from Malaga, Spain. Vines planted between 1915 and 1946. Head trained vines on a mountainside vineyard on inclines up to 70°—some of the steepest in Europe.

This was cool. High acid, dry Muscat of Alexandria from Malaga, Spain. Vines planted between 1915 and 1946. Head trained vines on a mountainside vineyard on inclines up to 70°—some of the steepest in Europe.

May 8th, 2019
Brent Bracamontes

A new (affordable) summer essential

A new (affordable) summer essential

Jun 14th, 2018