Muscat grapeEdit

Muscat(Moscato in Italy, Moscatel in Spain and Portugal) is the name of one of the oldest and most widespread grape families in the world. The grapes we know today as Muscat have been used in winemaking since the times of the ancient Greeks. All Muscat Blanc wines produced, share the same organoleptic features. Explosive aromas, concentrated taste and the satisfying acidity, all elements that we also encounter in the variety’s dry wines as well but to a lesser degree. Small-berried Muscat Blanc is certainly one of Greece’s most important grape varieties.[1]

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