Muscat

The muscat variety belongs to the muscat family of grapes - and so do moscatel and muscat ottonel. Food pairings: Muscat shows best on its own: without food but sweet wines will pair with dessert. Districts: muscat grows in most vine-friendly climates, including Italy, the Rhône Valley (where it is called muscat blanc à petits grains) and Austria (where it is called Muskateller). Typical taste: often sweet and always fruity, with a characteristic grapefruity and musky aroma. Muscat wines are easily recognizable to anyone who has tasted a Muscat table grape.

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  1. Seven Daughters Moscato Can

    Seven Daughters Moscato Can

    $4.99

    Size 3.0L


    Introducing our Seven Daughters Moscato in convenient 250ml cans!! Seven Daughters Moscato is a delicious wine made from 100% Muscat grapes sourced from northern Italy. This slightly effervescent wine has a sweet floral and peach aroma and is well-balanced with a refined fruitiness. A delightful, refreshing wine to drink chilled by itself or serve with foods like fresh fruit or sweet treats! There is no better way to enjoy enjoy a glass of wine at the beach, at the park, on a hike or anywhere outside. And there is no easier way to make that happen than putting a few “cans” in your backpack, picnic basket or cooler to “pop open” when the time is right. Learn More
  2. Domino Moscato

    Domino Moscato

    $8.99

    Size 750ML


    Bright and refreshing. Citrus blossoms, honeysuckle and white peach with honey, nectarine, and tropical fruit. Juicy & lingering Learn More
  3. Marenco Strev Moscato D'Asti 2015

    Marenco Strev Moscato D'Asti 2015

    $16.94

    Size 750ML


    "Aromas of lemon blossom, aromatic herb and yellow stone fruit lift out of the glass on this lively dessert wine. The rich palate offers ripe apricot, sage and candied lemon drop alongside a softly foaming mousse." -Kerin O'Keefe, Dec 2016 Reviewed by: The Wine Enthusiast - 89 pts "Hints of mango puree and mandarin orange ride the creamy bead in this zesty, balanced Moscato, with hints of grated ginger, spice and candied almond lingering on the tangy finish. Drink now. 9,166 cases made -Alison Napjus, Jul 2016 Reviewed by: Wine Spectator - 88 pts Learn More
  4. 2016 Bartenura Moscato

    2016 Bartenura Moscato

    $18.94

    Size 750ML


    Crisp and refreshing, semi sweet, with lingering pear, tangerine, nectar and melon flavors on the finish Learn More
  5. Clairette De Die Jaillance

    Clairette De Die Jaillance

    $18.99

    Size 750ML


    This medium-dry greenish yellow sparkling wine features medium floral, fruity and vegetal scents and offers large and non persistent bubbles. Discover this light-bodied sparkling wine expressing refreshing acidity and offering a broad texture. Learn More
  6. Saracco Moscato D'asti 2016

    Saracco Moscato D'asti 2016

    $19.94

    Size 750ML


    The 2016 vintage of Saracco's Moscato d'Asti. This is a great party wine – light, sweet and slightly sparkling. It's fruity and elegant with notes of orange blossom, peach and thyme. Learn More
  7. Chateau L'Oiseliniere De La Ramee Muscadet 2014

    Chateau L'Oiseliniere De La Ramee Muscadet 2014

    $19.94

    Size 750ML


    Benchmark Muscadet (now in a handsome new bottle). Sappy and fresh on the palate, with hints of white flowers and appetising freshness. Ideal with seafood, but very versatile with a wide range of lighter dishes. Learn More
  8. Neumeister Gelber Muskateller 2015

    Neumeister Gelber Muskateller 2015

    $28.99

    Size 750ML


    Tasting Notes: Nose like flowers of elder and jasmine, a bit of lavender and lovage. Thyme and cress; spicy palate; nutmeg and white pepper; straight and juicy finish.Ripe to drink: 2016 - 2018 Food Pairing: As an aperitif, to seafood, light ragouts, Asian salads, poultry and light meats.Cases: 6 x 0.75 lTotal Production: 21.000 bottles Learn More
  9. La Spinetta Oro Passito Moscato

    La Spinetta Oro Passito Moscato

    $53.94

    Size 500ML


    This passito from 100% Moscato grapes — the same used in Spinetta’s renowned sparkling Moscato d’Asti — ferments and ages 2 years in new barriques. It then spends up to 4 years in the bottle before release to become this dense dessert wine, with ripe notes of apricot, lime flower, hazelnut and orange rind. This spectacular wine deserves the name “Passito d’Oro”, or “Golden” Passito. Learn More

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