Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Moonlight Becomes You (With Frontera Moonlight Wine)

 
By Joy Neighbors

There’s something about wine and moonlight. Now, Frontera has combined the two to create an intriguing wine for after-hours.


Concha y Toro Winery
Concha y Toro
Established in 1883, Concha y Toro is the number one wine producer and exporter in Chile. The winery offers Fine, Premium and Varietal wines, and holds tours and tastings seven days a week. The facility is also home to a wine shop and a wine bar with light meal offerings. With eight wine brands in their portfolio, the Frontera label has again been highlighted as the most sold Chilean wine brand in the world, with a presence in more than 120 countries. The company owns over 26-thousand acres of prime vineyards in Chile, Argentina, and the United States.

Frontera Moonlight White Blend
Semi-sweet
With a golden hue that is reminiscent of a reflection of moonlight, the nose opens up to floral notes and a hint of butterscotch.  The palate is bright and fresh with a flavor profile fruit-forward on peach and apricot before ending with a touch of cherry on the tongue and a lingering pineapple finish.

The Night Harvested Blends are, as the name indicates, picked during the nighttime hours when the temperatures are cooler and the flavors will be more robust.

Pair this wine with appetizers, salty nuts and cheeses, and light entrees like roasted chicken and pork. And don’t forget to enjoy a glass after dark in the whirlpool or on a long evening walk in the country - just let the Moonlight lead you to adventure …