muscat grape


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sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine

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Eisen planted an experimental vineyard of Muscat grapes on 25 acres along Fancher Creek, just east of Fresno.
Caligione made a 93-gallon experimental batch using malted barley, thyme honey from Italy and white Muscat grapes, seasoning the brew with Indian saffron and fermenting it with mead yeast.
This year's Holiday Breakfast Blend tea features a new crop Darjeeling whole-leaf tea that lends distinctively bright, floral flavors and a hint of Muscat grape.
Made in France from the Muscat grape, this fruity sparkling white looks the part and has a pleasantly sweet taste.
The muscat grape is commonly associated with sweet, fortified or sparkling wines, but large-scale Piedmont producer Araldica has made a tasty dry white from the grape Italians call moscato.
Created from the Muscat grape, which is often labeled as one of the worlds oldest grape varieties, Moscato wine features overtones of citrus, melon, even mango, and floral aroma, making it a sweet, floral wine.
In the south of France they drink, from the similar muscat grape the dessert wines muscat de frontignon, muscat de rivesaltes, muscat de beaumes de venise which are naturally fermented wines with a high degree of residual sugar.
Germain Elderflower Cordial fumes with Riesling and Muscat grape aromas; after that, some gooseberry and green plum notes emerge.
Cribari & sons, we advertised Cribari Brand California Muscat Grape Brandy over three years and eight months in a government-bonded warehouse, and in the same ad we offered Melow Mist Brand, a new brandy over three months in wood.
with none of the alcohol PS6 Alcohol Free Sparkling Muscat NV, M&S Made in France from the Muscat grape, this fruity sparkling white looks the part and has a pleasantly sweet taste.
The muscat grape comes in a variety of styles and trophy winner, Mas Amiel Muscat de Rivesaltes 2012, France, right, (PS10.
The Muscat grape is left to ripen on the vine and picked later than the other grapes, thus the Late Harvest bit in its name, and the Orange is the tang you get from late-picked Muscat grapes grown here.
Dish of the year: Bargain-priced, flavorful, tender, expensive Kobe beef on baby arugula with crumbled bleu cheese, sweet Maui onion, and orange muscat grape aged balsamic vinaigrette.
75 Wine Society, Eclectic), an unctuous, lightly fortified dessert wine from the Muscat grape.