What the Critics say
Slightly rose-tinted, the 2017 Muscat de Beaumes de Venise isn't the most aromatic example of this wine style, but it's rich, full-bodied and decadently sweet. Honeyed berries, nectarine and citrus fruits finish long and soft. While some previous vintages have been cloying, this one gets the balance right.
Domaine des Bernardins is one of the oldest and most respected producers of Muscat wines and actually helped create the Beaumes de Venise appellation in the early 1940s. The style of the Bernardins’ Muscat is rich, heavy and sumptuous.
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