The Delicious Refreshment of White Electra!

White Electra is a light and refreshing that pairs perfectly with warm summer days. This is made from Orange Muscat grapes and has a unique flavor profile that is sure to delight. For starters, the wine is bright and floral with hints of orange blossom, honeysuckle, and ripe citrus. The body of the wine is medium-bodied and smooth, making it easy to sip and enjoy.

On the palate, White Electra offers a pleasing balance between sweet and tart flavors. There are notes of peach, honey, apricot, melon and lemon zest that proide a delightful sweetness. At the same time there are also touches of green apple and lime zest that bring in a bite of tartness. The finish is crisp with a light touch of minerality adding complexity to the flavor profile.

In terms of food pairings, White Electra pairs well with light dishes like salads or seafood dishes like seared scallops or grilled shrimp. It also goes well with mild cheeses such as brie or camembert as well as fruit-based desserts like tarts or crumbles.

White Electra is an ideal picnic wine for summertime get-togethers with friends or family. Its light body makes it easy to sip on its own but it's also versatile enough to pair with lighter foods for an enjoyable outdoor meal. With its unique flavor profile, White Electra adds depth to any meal or gathering!

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Types of Wine: Electra

Electra is a Moscato d'Asti style picnic wine with an ABV of 4.5%. It's light and sweet, with subtle floral notes, perfect for enjoying in warm weather outside. The low content makes it a great choice to enjoy while engaging in active outdoor activities like volleyball. Electra pairs well with fresh fruit, salads, spicy Asian and Indian foods, burgers with sweet sauce, and light desserts.

Similar Wines to Electra Moscato

Electra Moscato is a sweet, white wine made from the Muscat Blanc grape variety. Its light, fruity flavor makes it a great choice for any occasion. A similar wine to Electra Moscato is Asti, which is also made with the Muscat Blanc grape variety. Asti is produced in the same area of Piedmont, Italy as Electra Moscato and shares many of its characteristics. Both wines are light and have a slight effervescence. The main difference between them is that Asti has slightly lower alcohol content than Electra Moscato, making it an ideal choice for those loking for a more refreshing and lighter taste.

Origin of Electra Wine

The Electra wine is a refreshing Orange Muscat produced in California. It is made from grapes grown in vineyards troughout the state, with the majority of them coming from the sunny Central Valley. The fruit for this wine is harvested in late summer and early fall, giving it a unique flavor profile that combines ripe orange and peach flavors with notes of spice, honey, and dried apricot. Its complexity of flavor makes it an ideal companion for seafood dishes or bold cheeses such as blue cheese or gorgonzola. Enjoy the Electra's unique flavor on its own or as part of an elegant dinner party.


White Electra is an incredibly refreshing Moscato d'Asti-style wine from the Montferrat region of Piedmont, Italy. It is made in small batches from the same grapes used to make Asti, and features a sweet medium body and crisp accented finish. With flavors of sweet peaches and tart cherries, White Electra is perfect for outdoor summer picnics. Its low alcohol content of 4.5% makes it a great option for those looking to enjoy a glass without overdoing it. Whether served chilled or on the rocks, White Electra is sure to be a crowd pleaser at any gathering.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.