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Distilled from the thick-skinned muscat grape and rested in stainless steel for nine months, this fresh, spicy floral spirit lends itself perfectly to bright, citrusy cocktails.
Several stacks of grape crates — alicante, grenache, muscat — usually sit just outside the store, ready for purchase.
Muscat wine tastes just the like the sweet and floral muscat grapes that produce it.
For example, the Engelgarten wines — from a gravelly terroir where muscat, pinot gris, pinot noir and riesling grow together — are generally dry, earthy and savory.
A plate of razor clams showered with garlicky bread crumbs and glasses of cold muscat land on the table before the menu even arrives.
Orange muscat is a white grape variety that has been gaining in popularity the last few years.
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