Made from 100% White Frontignac sourced from 80 and 100 year old vines, Brilliant Disguise is a mere 6.5% alcohol and delicately sweet. This wine is fun and refreshing to drink with an amazingly versatile style that makes for a great aperitif particularly when served with a tangy salty cheese such as feta or young goat's cheese. It's also the perfect palate cleanser with fresh fruits and dessert.
Almost translucent, very pale straw
Delicious aromas of guava with an aromatic grapey musk perfume
Delicately sweet with a gentle spritz. Incredibly refreshing and light bodied with lively exotic tropical fruit flavors and a hint of musk and rose petal.
White Frontignac (Muscat)
Alcohol Level: 7.0%
"The only non-red table wine in the extensive lineup is the 2007 Moscato "Brilliant Disguise". A dead-ringer for a top Moscato d’Asti, it has attractive floral and honey aromas, a light-body, crisp, off-dry flavors, and excellent length. It is an ideal aperitif for a hot summer day but it should be drunk within its first year of release.
The Wine Advocate
"Pale silver. Spicy orange, white peach, pear and quince on the nose, with a deeper suggestion of mango. Dry and crisp, but with a load of exotic and pit fruit flavors. This is quite firm compared to most Moscato d'Asti bottlings, perhaps because it was picked with 10 g/l of acidity. Finishes on a brisk, stony pear note, with excellent length.
International Wine Cellar