Moscato, also known as Muscat, is an ancient grape that represents a large family of vines. Its origins are disputed, but some believe that this grape came from the Middle East and was well renowned in ancient Greek and Roman societies. The Italian variety, Moscato, is used to produce light sweet wines. Moscato grapes have a high sugar content and notes of pear, apricot, peach, and herbs with aromas of orange blossom and rose petals.
Wines Made with the Moscato Grape
Moscato, as a blend or single varietal, can be found in these wines.