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On the banks of the Hawkesbury, Cottage Point Inn’s menu nudges the boat out in a quintessentially Australian setting, writes Pat Nourse.
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One of the most delicious wine trends to have emerged over the past decade in Australia is the increasing number of wines modelled on the gently sweet, low-alcohol, sherbety Moscato style popular in north-west Italy. Given Australia's longstanding heritage of working with the fruit from old muscat vineyards, our love of sparkling wines in any and all forms and our advanced cool-fermentation winemaking techniques, it's little wonder that some extremely fine, mouth-watering examples of this deceptively frivolous style have been produced here. One of the most exciting deviations from the classic white Moscato style is the emergence of the pink Moscato: the smidgen of extra colour and red fruit flavour make these wines even more well-suited to classic summer desserts such as this rockmelon with Moscato-mint and honeydew granita. - Max Allen