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Muskateller
Origin:
Age-old type of vine that was according to the legend already on board of Noah's Ark. In the 16th century it belonged to the most mentioned types of vines. Today it is spread all over the world as a specialty.


a Muskateller in Austria and Germany, Muscat de Valais in Switzerland, Brown Muscat or Brown Frontignac in the Rutherglen, N.E Victoria region of Australia, Muscat Lunel in Hungary, Muscadel in South Africa, Muscat Frontignan in France and in Italy as the Moscato di Canelli) resulting from the wide ...

MUSCAT BLANC: (aka Muskateller in Austria and Germany, Brown Muscat and Frontignac in Australia, Muscat Lunel in Hungary, Muscadel in South Africa, Muscat Frontignan in France and in Italy as the Moscato di Canelli). Members of the Muscat Blanc à Petite Grains cépage family.

Grüner Veltliner (spelled Gruener when the umlaut is not present and also known as Weissgipfler, Manhardsrebe Grüner Muskateller) is the most widely planted grape in Austria, making up for 1/3 of the country's wine production.

Also known as, Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains, Muscat de Frontignan, Muscat d'Alsace, Frontignac, Muskateller, Gelber Muskateller, Weisse Muskettraube, Moscato Bianco, Moscatello Bianco, Moscatel de Grano Menudo, Moscatel Menudo Bianco, Moscatel Dorado, Muscatel Branco, Schmeckende, Katzendreckler, ...

(aka Muskateller in Austria and Germany, Muscat Lunel in Hungary, Muscadel in South Africa, Muscat Frontignon in France and in Italy as the Moscato di Canelli). Members of the Muscat cepage family. Used mainly for making semi-sweet and sweet dessert wines.

a Muskateller in Austria and Germany, Brown Muscat or Brown Frontignac in the Rutherglen, N.E Victoria region of Australia, Muscat Lunel in Hungary, Muscadel in South Africa, Muscat Frontignan in France and in Italy as the Moscato di Canelli) resulting from the wide use of variants with different ...

In France it is also known as Muscat Blanc (de Frontignan), Muscat à petits grains or Muscatel, in Portugal as Muscatel Branco, do Douro etc., in Spain as Moscatel Menudo Branco, Bruno etc., in Italy as Moscato Bianco, d'Asti etc. and can be recognised in Muskat, Muskatel, Muskateller etc.

Districts: moscato grows in most vine-friendly climates, including Italy, the Rhõne Valley (where it is called muscat blanc à petits grains) and Austria (where it is called Muskateller).

However it is Sauvignon Blanc the grape which probably produces the best wines of Styria, with their herbaceous and fresh aroma, they usually resemble the ones from Sancerre. Other grapes cultivated in this region include Weissburgunder, Welschriesling, Traminer and Muskateller.

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Grape, Sweet, White, Blanc, Dry?

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