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Barefoot Moscato

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Barefoot Moscato 1.50l

Barefoot Moscato

How do you become the world’s most loved wine brand? You start with a belief that wine should never be taken too seriously and a conviction that when you follow your heart there’s no limit to how far your vine will grow. Take our very beginnings in 1965, when California winemaker Davis Bynum first created Barefoot Bynum Burgundy in his garage. The unconventional name referred to – what else? – the free-spirited method of crushing grapes barefoot. Delightfully sweet with lush fruity aromas. Hints of citrus skip across flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots. A bright, crisp finish dances in at the end. It’s a bit sweeter than our Riesling.

Delightfully sweet with lush fruity aromas. Hints of citrus skip across flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots. A bright, crisp finish dances in at the end. It’s a bit sweeter than our Riesling.

In 1965 most people were tinkering with cars in their garage. Davis Bynum was tinkering with wine. He created Barefoot Bynum Burgundy in that tiny room. But our spirited ways really began with our founders, Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey. In 1986, they took a sleepy label and gave it Sole. Both agreed it was time for a wine that didn't take itself too seriously. So, Barefoot Cellars was created (Bonnie liked the name because it was easy to pronounce) and initially run out of their home. Some say the office was so small you had to go outside to change your mind.

Good at keeping things fresh with some fruit or mild cheese.

cldittus
5/12/16 12:02 PM JOINED 5/3/16
I was never much of a wine person until I was at a party and I was offered a glass of Barefoot Moscato. I have always found wines a bit bitter for my liking and I always had a hard time getting past the strong aromas but this was sweet and pleasant smelling. I now enjoy this wine quite regularly.
kitkatmachado
10/31/11 1:34 PM JOINED 10/31/11
i had some wine at my grandmas the other night and it was barefoot ....i dont know anything about wine but it was light yellow in color and on the front it said suprisingly sweet or something to that nature.....does anyone know which wine im speaking of??????
thank you ~~~~~ Katie ~~~~~~~
WC Admin17
11/1/11 1:31 AM JOINED 6/28/11
I'm sure you had the Barefoot Moscato only. That is a nice sweet enjoyable wine.

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Barefoot Cellars Barefoot Moscato
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.50l
How do you become the world’s most loved wine brand? You start with a belief that wine should never be taken too seriously and a conviction that when you follow your heart there’s no limit to how far your vine will grow. Take our very beginnings in 1965, when California winemaker Davis Bynum first created Barefoot Bynum Burgundy in his garage. The unconventional name referred to – what else? – the free-spirited method of crushing grapes barefoot. Delightfully sweet with lush fruity aromas. Hints of citrus skip across flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots. A bright, crisp finish dances in at the end. It’s a bit sweeter than our Riesling.
 

Notes on the Barefoot Moscato 1.50L

Tasting Notes Delightfully sweet with lush fruity aromas. Hints of citrus skip across flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots. A bright, crisp finish dances in at the end. It’s a bit sweeter than our Riesling.

Technical Notes In 1965 most people were tinkering with cars in their garage. Davis Bynum was tinkering with wine. He created Barefoot Bynum Burgundy in that tiny room. But our spirited ways really began with our founders, Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey. In 1986, they took a sleepy label and gave it Sole. Both agreed it was time for a wine that didn't take itself too seriously. So, Barefoot Cellars was created (Bonnie liked the name because it was easy to pronounce) and initially run out of their home. Some say the office was so small you had to go outside to change your mind.

Food Pairing Good at keeping things fresh with some fruit or mild cheese.