Muscat is one of the oldest known grape varieties in the Rhone valley, with evidence that it was grown here in Roman times.

It is relatively delicate, susceptible to fungal diseases, especially gray rot. It grows well in poor soils. The intensity and generosity of its fruit are most apparent when it is young.


One senses the grape of the varietal; an aromatic aspect featuring white pepper, musky notes, with hints of exotic fruit and rose petals.
Often dry, sharp and very aromatic
Greece, Alsace, Drôme. Mentioned by Reymondin in the Valais en 1798.
8° - 10° C
Aperitifs, crayfish, asperagus.