Noun(1) wine from muscat grapes(2) sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine
(1) These oils are used in making perfume and in imparting a muscatel flavor to wines, vermouths, and liqueurs.(2) Over the centuries, viniculture in what is now Peru and Chile developed brandy from muscatel grapes, now called pisco.(3) How sweet the coffee tastes, more delicious than a thousand kisses, mellower than muscatel wine.(4) This is a remote arid area of thorn bushes, ostriches, and minimal rainfall, but the town, Montagu, is famous for the production of muscatel , a sweet dessert wine.(5) It is a blend of Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, muscatel and GewÔö£ÔòØrztraminer.(6) Soft and spicy, with aged wine characters and flavours of muscatel raisins.(7) See also currants, lexias, muscatels , sultanas, and raisins for specific sorts of dried grape.
1. muscat ::
2. muscat grape ::
Different Formsmuscatel, muscatels
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