Oliver Winery Blueberry Moscato Indiana White Wine
Oliver Winery started from modest roots back in the 1960s, as a hobby of Indiana University law professor William Oliver. His enthusiasm for the craft led him to establish a vineyard northwest of Bloomington, in the Indiana Uplands AVA. Soon, the flourishing vines produced grapes far in excess of his needs as a hobby winemaker, so he began plans to open a commercial winery. Professor Oliver was instrumental in passing legislation allowing for the creation of small wineries in our state. The Indiana Small Winery Act passed in 1971, and Oliver Winery opened in 1972. Sales took off with Camelot Mead, and we've been growing ever since. Today, we distribute our award-winning, fruit-forward wines to 24 states and ship across the country
This deep, flavorful blueberry juice is brought to life by Moscato's tropical character and natural bubble. This is a refreshing, easy-to-drink, semi-sweet wine. This wine's light, low-alcohol style is a crowd-pleasing change of pace that appeals to both sweet and dry palates.
- Moscato from United States
- Alcohol By Volume: 6.80%
- Color: Pink
Blueberry Moscato Wine .
Free from Does Not Contain Declaration Obligatory Allergens.
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