Symphony is a white grape that defies tradition and convention. It is a crossing of two French grapes: Muscat of Alexandria, a white grape of intensely aromatic, grapey character, and Grenache Gris, a red grape with bold fruity aromas and zesty acidity. The resulting wine has incredibly intense aromas of melon, grapefruit, mango, peach, banana and papaya. The fruity character picks up a strong backbone from the good acidity and hint of tannin carried over from the Grenache Gris. The name was endowed by a wine scientist who tasted one of the first finished wines made from the new grape and declared that it showed "a Symphony of aromas and flavours."
Body: Medium | Sweetness: Dry | Oak Intensity: None
This kit contains all the necessary ingredients to make your wine. Click Here for the detailed instruction sheet, which includes the step-by-step guide for making your wine as well as the required equipment.