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Muscat of Alsace
An Alsatian grape variety shared between two types that coexist and make a crisp, fruity and dry wine.
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Know the difference between Muscat d'Alsace and Muscat Ottonel
Sight: The wine is light yellow in colour with slight silver reflections.
The nose: This is the best example of a wine with primary aromas. The power of the nose is undeniably reminiscent of the grape. This intensity of fruit is sometimes complemented by subtle floral notes.
Taste: Vinified dry, it really gives the impression of biting into the grape. The freshness and the hint of fine bitterness contribute to the spontaneity and harmony of the wine.
This is a wine to be enjoyed in its youth. Thanks to its dry character, Muscat d'Alsace is a real appetizer. It is served as an aperitif at the best tables in the region. Muscat is also very appreciated with asparagus. It enhances light cuisine based on cooked or raw vegetables (steamed dishes, vegetarian dishes).
Muscat d'Alsace or "à petits grains":
Leaf: Orbicular, thick, moderately five-lobed (leaves with 5 "points")
Bunch : Medium, cylindrical, long, narrow. Berry: Spherical, medium, amber coloured, thick skin with reddish spots when fully ripe. Firm, juicy, very sweet flesh with an aromatic musky flavour.
Muscat ottonel :
Leaf: Small to medium, orbicular, ogival teeth, medium.
Bunch : Small to medium, cylindrical, spherical berry, medium, light yellow with a fine musky flavour.