White Basin Right Shelf 610 x 460 x 150mm

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
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$59.94 per pack
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Part of an exciting trio of fresh, crisp aromatic whites which have the desirable attribute of being lighter in alcohol. Preece Lighter in Alcohol Moscato has only 6% alcohol.

VIC - Other Victorian

Expert Reviews

"with just 6% alcohol, is the perfect natural “light” wine. Intensely fragrant with explosions of tropical fruit and a gentle spritz..." Roberta Muir, Jetstar Inflight Magazine (01/Feb/2010)

"This is one of my favourite wine styles and is utilitarian enough to be served at either end of a meal or on its own. Weighing in at a measly 6% alcohol, this is a very slurpable moscato with sweet raisin and tropical fruit flavours and a clean, refreshing finish. Best served with fruit." Rating 89 - Dr Peter Hay Australian Doctor (25/Jun/2010)

Winery Tasting Notes


Pale lime in colour- striking green hues.


Gardenia, intensely fragrant fruit with delicate elder fl ower and subtle herbs


Explosions of sweet exotic fruits with a subtle spritz that is creamy and persistent. The finish is clean and balanced with a citrus acidity- a classic contemporary food matcher with style and class.

VIC - Other Victorian
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For more than two decades renowned Central Victorian winery, Mitchelton has produced the Preece range of wines. The range is named in honour of Colin Preece, a pioneer of the Australian wine industry and Mitchelton’s founding winemaker.

Preece wines capture the simple pleasures of life in a bottle. We’ve kept it nice and easy – popular varietals, elegant wine styles and a fresh approach - to ensure you will enjoy Preece wines anytime, anywhere.

Our winemakers get up-close and personal with the vineyards; running Victorian dirt through their fingers and nurturing the vines to their very best. They let the grapes do all the talking.

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