Muscat/Moscato Wines

Muscat wine, also known as Moscato, has a rich and fascinating origin. It is believed to have originated in the ancient region of Persia, present-day Iran, and was later introduced to Greece and Italy by the ancient Romans.

Muscat grapes are known for their intense aromas and distinct flavors, making them highly sought after for winemaking. The taste profile of Muscat wine is typically sweet, with notes of ripe fruits such as peach, apricot, and orange blossom. It is characterized by its low acidity and a refreshing finish.

The best areas to produce Muscat wine are located in Mediterranean climates, such as the regions of Southern France, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Australia.

La Causa Moscatel

6 Available



White Zinfandel

64 Available

RRP: £9.15



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