The Muscat family includes numerous grape varieties that range from white to nearly black. Historically, the wines made using Muscat grapes have been sweet, dessert wines. In Italy, where Muscat is known as Moscato, the grapes are used to produce low-alcohol, easy-to-drink sparkling Moscato d’Asti and slightly fizzy Moscato wines. Moscato has become increasingly popular worldwide, with winemakers producing wines featuring notes of pears, apples, apricots and white flower blossoms.
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