Wirra Wirra `Mrs Wigley` Moscato 2012 (6 x 500mL), McLaren Vale, SA.

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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Mrs. Wigley (1977-1991) was not the wife of Wirra Wirra founder Bob Wigley, but a particular pussycat that was born at the neighbouring Petrucci residence. Within days her mum had dragged the litter to settle in our open fermenters, and from then on Mrs. Wigley became a permanent feature of the cellars.

Mrs. Wigley Moscato is Wirra Wirra's newest addition to the Wirra Wirra range of wines. This wine had previously spent two years disguised as 'Muscats at Dawn', a Cellar Door Exclusive wine, until making it's debut into the market under the Mrs Wigley label. This cheeky Moscato is designed to be enjoyed with breakfast, lunch or dinner, good friends and lively conversation.

SA - McLaren Vale
South Australia

Expert Reviews

“Isn't she lovely? Yes, indeed she is. The cute-as-a-button packaging with a crown cap (more and more popular for fizzies) isn't a case of style over substance thankfully, as within is a gorgeous pink drink with soft citrus and rose on the nose followed by a light spritz with musky melon on the palate. Named for the cat that chose the winery's open fermenters as her maternity ward many years ago, it's a little beauty.

We know this one is meant to be teamed with summer desserts or indeed as aperitif, so a little should go a long way, but we really wish the bottle had been bigger.” Lindsay Saunders, Gold Coast Bulletin (NOV/2012)

Winery Tasting Notes


Salmon pink with flashes of rose.


Pungent sweet spices, rose petal and orange blossom


Musk, melon and lychee flavour floods the palate. Juicy and bright, the palate is loaded with fruit flavour complemented by beautifully balanced natural sweetness, acid and fine spritz.

Food Matching

Smoked salmon, asparagus & caper omelette.

Wine Background

SA - McLaren Vale
Grape Style
Closure Type
Crown Seal closure

Winery Profile

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Wirra Wirra is situated 37 km south of Adelaide in South Australia's famous McLaren Vale wine region. It is an historic site, which was originally built in 1894 and which by 1903 was producing a substantial quantity of wine that was primarily exported to the rest of the British Empire.

Wirra Wirra is an aboriginal name meaning "amongst the gumtrees". It was established by Robert Strangways Wigley, a former state cricketer and well known eccentric. Following his death in 1924 the vineyards were sold by his family and the cellars fell into disuse. It remained that way until 1969 when the site was bought from Vern Sparrow, son of Wigley's foreman Jack Sparrow, by cousins Greg and Roger Trott.

Assisted by Roger and armed with a few old photos and sketches, Greg re-built the derelict Wirra Wirra winery from two remaining walls and some slate fermenting tanks, transforming it into the handsome winery it is today. Trott did this all in his own inimitable style - always passionate, always iconoclastic, always fun and always unique. Trott lived by a simple philosophy; "Never give misery an even break, nor bad wine a second sip. You must be serious about quality, dedicated to your task in life, especially winemaking, but this should all be fun."

After a long illness, Trott passed away in 2005, but his spirit and sense of purpose is alive and well at Wirra Wirra. The winery has built a reputation for its classic McLaren Vale reds and elegant Adelaide Hills whites and has been described by James Halliday as “the best small to medium producer in McLaren vale and up there among the nation’s finest.”

Visitors to the historic ironstone cellars at Wirra Wirra will get a touch of Greg Trott's philosophy which is built around the celebration of life: great food, stimulating conversation, marvellous music, and of course a fine bottle of wine. From the massive post and rail fence, known as “Woodhenge” to the giant Angelus bell that sits atop the winery, Wirra Wirra has discoveries that have helped make it a must-visit destination in the McLaren Vale wine region.

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