Loved around the world, Lindeman’s Bin Series wines are approachable in style, consistent in quality with global appeal. Designed to be opened, enjoyed and shared time and time again, these are wines people simply love to drink. Lindeman’s most well-known range began with the iconic Lindeman’s Bin 65 Chardonnay, which was first launched in 1985 in response to the popularity of Lindeman’s approachable and fruit-driven style of wines in the northern hemisphere. The Bin Series has grown to incorporate 18 popular varieties and blends. Lindeman’s Bin 90 Moscato is light bodied wine featuring aromas of citrus, musk and freshly cut grapes, it’s lively and vibrant with musk and tropical notes which fill the mouth and linger.
Light straw with youthful green tinges
Lifted aromas of citrus, musk and freshly cut grapes
Lively and vibrant with musk and tropical notes which fill the mouth and linger
Best enjoyed young & fresh
A mild winter led to a warm and dry growing season with early bud burst. It was relatively cool leading into vintage, which commenced early as a result of normal crop levels and continuing dry conditions. In mid-January, the season remained dry and relatively hot with temperatures in the mid-40˚Cs, which continued until mid-February. Healthy leaf canopies prevented the fruit from being affected by the sun, but the warm conditions accelerated ripening. Rain came in mid-February, which delayed grape harvesting and processing by about two weeks and was accompanied by cooler weather. Despite the delay, 2014 proved ultimately to be another good vintage.