Is Moscato the same as Muscat?

Is Moscato the same as Muscat?

By Beth Heiserman

Every weekend, guests come to our tasting room and request Moscato instead of Muscat. Is there a difference, Yes! First, the name Muscato is Italian for Muscat. Muscat grapes are grown all around the world. Every country refers to the grape differently. In Italy it is Muscato D’Asti, Germany has Muskateller; while France, Australia and America have Muscat. France generally only uses the Muscat grape in fortified wines but can be found in sparkling and a still dry white wine depending upon the region. Germany grows predominately two…

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2010 Muscat

2010 Muscat

2010 Reyes Winery Estate Bottled Muscat, Sierra Pelona Valley Appellation

Our especially small production of Muscat warranted the extra care placed on the vines in 2010.  This wine was meticulously crafted to enhance the delicate natural sweetness of the superb Muscat grape. This creation is fairly full-bodied with light acidy.

Ripe delightful aromas of orange peel and a hint of delicate spice add a pleasureable fine distinction to the background and a bit of complexity to the sweet orange flavors.


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