Amongst the various definitions of the Italian word ‘Brusco’ are the terms “brusque’ ‘abrubt’ and ‘cavalier,’ as in cavalier attitude or behaviour. It is quite an appropriate sentiment for a wine style that is a little ‘devil may care’ with its colorful flavors and easy-drinking palate.
The bold ‘M’ that immediately takes the eye is simply the acronym for ’Mellow’.
- SA - Other South Australian
- South Australia
Winery Tasting Notes
Depth of blood-plum red
Breathe-in a fresh basketful of seasonal cherries and strawberries
Vibrant and youthful, deliberately slightly effervescent or ‘frizzante’ on the palate with a sweet-berry attack on the palate. The fruit richness in the mid-palate finishes fresh and clean. Lower alcohol impact sits comfortably on the palate allowing the truly ‘vinous’ flavours to shine through.
24/7 !!!! Ideally suited for dining or socializing where the focus is also on casual food and company. A style that will please a broad cross-section of palates
Super friendly for ‘tapas’ eating. Pasta dishes and meat-seafood plates with tomato based sauces will sing with this!!!