Italian Moscato is the most recognizable synonym for one of the oldest, most-versatile grape families in the world. Also known as Moscatel in Spanish, and Muscat in French, the group of grapes produces a range of different styles of wine, including sweet, low-ABV sparklers; still, aromatic whites; rosé; dessert wines; and occasionally reds.

The most commonly planted variety, Muscat Blanc (Moscato Bianco), stars in Moscato d’Asti, the classic fizzy style famously made in Piedmont, Italy. Along with Muscat of Alexandria, the grape is also used in the production of still white wines.

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