Moscato Wine

Moscato is the Italian name for Muscat, also known as Moscatel in Spain and Portugal. It is one of the oldest grape families in the world and it is believed to have originated from the Middle East and been used in wine making by the ancient Greeks and Egyptians. Moscato can produce wines with a floral and grapey taste. The finer quality varieties, such as Moscato Giallo have darker skins, like Pinot varieties, that range from pale pink through to red and brown. The grape can make a host of wines from sweet to dry to sparkling. Famous Muscat wines include French Muscat Beaumes de Venise or Australian Rutherglen Muscat, a very fine sticky brown syrup reminiscent of sticky toffee pudding. A dry Moscato wine is a light, floral and aromatic wine and a sparkling Moscato famously hails from Piedmont, northern Italy. Moscato d’Asti is a semi-sweet sparkler, often with low alcohol. This is delicious on its own, or it goes very well with desserts.

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