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#BlackLivesMatter Moscato

Updated: May 14

The Strange Fruit Collection vows to carry on the song’s legacy and to fight in the complex battle toward racial equality by using the wine industry as a platform for political and social protest. The abhorrence of injustice serves as inspiration for many change agents. The unjust acquittal of Trayvon Martin‘s murderer inspired Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi to birth one of the most influential, catalytic social movements of the post-civil rights era: #BlackLivesMatter. Black Lives Matter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are still systematically and intentionally targeted for demise. It is an affirmation of Black folks’ humanity, their contributions to society, and their resilience in the face of deadly oppression. Black Lives Matter, the organization, is a member-led global network. Black Lives Matter, the movement, is a broad conceptual umbrella that refers to the critical work of a wide range of Black liberation organizations, sometimes called “the Movement for Black Lives.”

Sources: Blacklivesmatter.com and frankrobertsonline.com


Floral notes of rose petal and perfumed aromas bind the bold fruity flavors of fresh apricot, peach, honeysuckle, and orange blossom. Working with the grape known as Muscat Blanc, Strange Fruit Wines ferments it to nearly dry, resulting in an abv of 13.8 percent. This native Moscato grape produces a wine that is neither too heavy nor too sweet resulting in a light body refreshing Moscato.


Sill Moscato, known as Moscatel or Muscat Blanc, is riding the coattails of the familiar sparkling, sweeter styles of Moscato, and gaining its own popularity as a result.

Our Moscato pairs well with more than just dessert and is perfect on a warm summer day. Fish and white meats are great food pairings. It’s the perfect addition to meals which include soft and hard cheese, chicken, turkey, pork, salmon, shellfish and potatoes. Enjoy with fruit, creamy pastas, and roasted vegetables.


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