Common synonyms: Moscatel, Müskateller, and many, many offshoots including but not limited to Orange Muscat, Black Muscat, Muscat Blanc (a.k.a. Muscat à Petit Grains), Muscat Giallo, Muscat of Alexandria.

Parentage of the grape: The oldest known grape variety, most likely originated in Greece
History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires grew, through Egypt into South Africa, through Italy into the rest of Europe, through Australia via either South Africa or Europe, and lastly into the Americas by way of Spain. 
Characteristics of the grape: golden yellow to dark amber in color, orange blossom, orange peel, white flowers. Other variants of the grape produce lighter to darker wines depending on the hybrid and region, but all share that aromatic orange characteristic. 
Regions where the grape is currently important: Almost any European country produces Muscat in some form Read more »

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  • I'm digging this thread out of the pile since I had an opportunity last ... Blanc (Roussanne, Marsanne, Muscat) and their Syrah.Side note - I was the only one in the tasting room at Occasio so I got to talk quite a bit with the person doing the pouring. Come to find out, he's moving to NC in May to be nearer his children, he'll be about an hou... Read More

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  • After all the Christmas and New Year festivities, I have to escape for a good ... ... (look out for Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris as well as Gewurztraminer) with Asian food.I recently saw Puligny Montrachet, one of the world’s finest whites from Burgundy’s finest Chardonnay vineyards, on an Indian restaurant wine list. I wasn’t tempted as the ... Read More

    From the article Can you pair wine with curry?

  • Lindemen - bone dry and puckering are not related. Dryness refers to the amount ... true because something like Muscat was grown even before the Romans, but there is no way the wine would have been anything like what we have toda Read More

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  • Roussillon’s dry wines are go-tos, especially around the holidays. The ... VDNs (like those made with Muscat) are intended for consumption in youth, others age for decades in wood or glass vessels.There’s a growing movement toward rancio sec VDNs. This is an oxidative aging process (exposing the wine to light, air, etc.) that obliterates all n... Read More

    From the article Try this aperitif before heading out to dinner.

  • Allure California Bubbly Peach NV


    Alcohol makes itself known on the first sip as it is higher than other peach sparkling wines in its class, but a sweet mellow peach follows thereafter. Nearing the end of the glass, the peach becomes pronounced and it can be easily forgotten how strong it can be until finishing off a second glass. Not much fizz, which works for me because I do... Read More

    Wine review by Aegelis

  • Van Loveren Blanc de Noir Red Muscadel 2017


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    Wine review by martins2002

  • Ricossa Piemonte Bianco Appassimento 2015


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    Wine review by martins2002

  • Bonterra Viognier Mendocino County 2016


    Pronounced and floral with melon and candied pear aromas, fleshy peach and dried apricot. Juicy and firm on the palate with dried fruit and crushed wildflower notes, nice acidity and bold spice, some tangerine notes and a varietal oiliness to the finish of nicely integrated oak. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Last time I was in Calais [a couple of months ago] I went to the Auchan ... ... valley made of a blend of muscat and clairette. and is a wine one does not often see in the UK I started it yesterday with my lunch of smoked fish and salad and I thought it really lovely There were plenty of bubbles and it was sweet to the taste with a peach and l... Read More

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  • Jaillance Clairette de Die Tradition NV


    I bought this bottle of wine [actually it was a pack of three 25cl bottles] for ... ... wines are a blend of muscat and clairette and are made using 'methode ancestrale' which involves cooling the wine. Cremant de Die is a similar apellation from the same area which uses 'methode traditional' ie champagne method.Coteaux de Die is an appellatio... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906

  • I'm no connoisseur but this wine is heaven. I am desperately searching for "2011 Muscat California" by V. Sattui Winery in the Atlanta, GA Metro area.

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  • The best Sparkling Muscat Wine is Medio y Medio from Uruguay ! you must try it and will love it forever. VISIT

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  • I have a bottle of Muscat Amabile 1980 anyone have any idea of value ??

    Comment by 678136threeriversjim 678136 threeriversjim

  • Haven't really enjoyed wine until I tried Muscat over the holiday weekend at a family get together. I enjoy it greatly now.

    Comment by 539983Quietstorm 539983 Quietstorm

  • I am trying to find Muscat Vin De Glacier, White, by Bonny Boone Vineyard, California, 2005. Thanks, Jenn

    Comment by 377674Jennjim 377674 Jennjim

  • Looking for Dolceoro Moscato d'Asti

    Comment by 314140Johnnie Mancil 314140 Johnnie Mancil

  • Also near Mt. Vernon, WA?

    Comment by 314140Johnnie Mancil 314140 Johnnie Mancil

  • Where can I buy Dolceoro Moscato d'Asti in or near Tulare, CA

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