• Taylors-Wakefield-clare-wines-urban-flavours
    Wine Articles

    On A Clare Day

      I remember the last time I was up in ‘The Clare’, the other valley up north of the Barossa and Eden Valleys in South Australian wine country. As we slowly drove along a gorgeous, [...]
  • rb_barossababe_urban-flavours
    Wine Articles

    Barossa Babe

      Barossa Babe The Rockbare winery sits in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, amidst the quaint little Germanic tourist town of Hanhdorf. The town is famous for its little hillside inns, pastry shops, fromageries, [...]
  • chive-cakes-cambodia-urban-flavours
    Communities

    Chive Talking

    In 2013, the tranquil little expanse of lawn in front of the National Museum and beside the Royal Palace was transformed into its ceremonial function as a funerary complex called Veal Preah Meru, the sacred [...]
  • pagodes_de_cos_estournel-urban-flavours
    Wine Articles

    Awkward Teens

    For Bordeaux the teen years of the 21st century have generally been awkward, somewhat difficult and definitely challenging for their parents and guardians to nurture and coax the best out of. The new Millennium started [...]
  • zebra-crossing-in-dreams-chardonnay-yarra-valley-urban-flavours
    Wine Articles

    Oneirology – Bottling Dreams

      “Insight such as this falls to one’s lot but once in a lifetime.” -Sigmund Freud, (Die Traumdeutung)   In ancient Chinese history there are writings of two types of dreaming, one where the soul [...]

FOOD & RESTAURANTS

Chive Talking

Communities
May 15, 2017 0
In 2013, the tranquil little expanse of lawn in front of the National Museum and beside the Royal Palace was transformed into its ceremonial function as a funerary complex called Veal Preah Meru, the sacred [...]

A Penis Story

Food Articles
March 27, 2017 0
  In researching my latest book on Cambodian Street Food, I have headed out on numerous expeditions to visit food stalls, roadside restaurants and pavement kitchens all over the capitol. Usually the modus operandi is [...]
Food Articles

Soba Thoughts

February 14, 2017 0
  I could be sitting in one of those little hole-in-the-wall noodle bars in the subterranean arteries of the Tokyo Metro subway, instead I am seated in a concrete box that abuts the pavement on [...]
Food Articles

The Tiger’s Tale and the Psychophysics of Taste

December 13, 2016 0
        “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” ― Pablo Picasso Prologue: Having eaten an incredible meal prepared for me by a friend, I [...]
Food Articles

Wine for the Thanks

November 22, 2016 0
It’s November and that means Americans all over the world are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, which is always celebrated on the fourth Thursday of the eleventh month. In 1620, a small ship called [...]

WINE & BEVERAGES

On A Clare Day

Wine Articles
June 19, 2017 0

  I remember the last time I was up in ‘The Clare’, the other valley up north of the Barossa and Eden Valleys in South Australian wine country. As we slowly drove along a gorgeous, […]

Barossa Babe

Wine Articles
June 1, 2017 0

  Barossa Babe The Rockbare winery sits in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, amidst the quaint little Germanic tourist town of Hanhdorf. The town is famous for its little hillside inns, pastry shops, fromageries, […]

Awkward Teens

Wine Articles
April 17, 2017 0

For Bordeaux the teen years of the 21st century have generally been awkward, somewhat difficult and definitely challenging for their parents and guardians to nurture and coax the best out of. The new Millennium started […]

Oneirology – Bottling Dreams

Wine Articles
April 4, 2017 0

  “Insight such as this falls to one’s lot but once in a lifetime.” -Sigmund Freud, (Die Traumdeutung)   In ancient Chinese history there are writings of two types of dreaming, one where the soul […]

The Gris of the Matter

Wine Articles
March 20, 2017 0

  Pinot Gris is one of my favourtie white wines and a glass of chilled, cool climate, New World, Pinot Gris is showing itself to be one of the most interesting, complex and enjoyable white […]

Hotel & Resorts

Archives

Our Supporters

Keep Up to Date

Get great articles on food | wine & beverages and destinations delivered straight to your inbox everyday, just a click away, Sign Up Now.
First Name
Family Name
Email address
wine grapes harvest
Random Article

The Northern Harvest

by Darren Gall in Wine Articles 0

  The Northern Harvest Across Europe, the month of August signals the readying for the new wine grape harvest, which will commence sometime in the latter weeks of the sign of Leo and for some, [...]
Darren Gall

OUT + ABOUT

by Darren Gall

MOJO Moscato

Mojo_Moscato_urban_flavours

Made with Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains grapes grown in Langhorne Creek, South Australia.

The wine is a pale translucent pink with a vivid hue. Fresh, floral aromatic notes comprising scents of exotic musk and lemon blossom with a hint of marzipan and Turkish delight. The wine fizzes on the mouth a sherbet and lychee mousse; this is a perfect aperitif, especially in summer and ideal for brunch. Also a wine well suited to fresh fruit, strawberries and cream or more adventurously, zabaglione with grilled stone-fruits.

Our Supporters

Our Supporters