Many countries around the world have varieties of the Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains, and from each locale, Muscat becomes a distinct regional species and wine, namely:
Muscat de Beaumes de Venise — France, in the south-eastern central half of the Rhone Valley.
Muscat de Lunel — France, from the town of Lunel.
Clairette de Die — France, in the Rhone Valley specifically in the vineyards of Die.
Muscat of Constance — South Africa, in the district of Constantia.
Muscat of Alexandria — France, Spain, Australia, South Africa, Greece, and the Island of Samos.
Muscat Ottonel — Austria, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, and Alsace France.
Also note that while they have a similar ring Muscardin, Muscadelle, Muscadet and are not members of the Muscat family.
Over 200 grape varieties exist in the Muscat grape family, and they have an astounding color range, from white (Muscat Ottonel), yellow (Moscato Giallo), pink (Moscato rosa) to almost black (Muscat Hamburg). Due to the proliferation, mutation, crossings, and evolution of Muscat, some experts theorize that most grapes, worldwide, descend from Muscat. This is a mainstay for any wine lover, we have each listed at a good price in our online shop, our delivery is very fast and your sale is always a guaranteed purchase.