Muscat à petits grains grape variety

This type of Muscat grape variety is very likely of Greek origin. It has been cultivated since the Antiquity and is now known worldwide. In France, it is grown in many wine regions of Southern France, for the production of many sweet wines such as Muscat Frontignan, Rivesaltes, Beaumes de Venise, Saint Jean de Minervois; but also the Banyuls, Grand Roussillon, Maury and Rivesaltes. It is also blended with Clairette to produce the Clairette de Die in Drôme. Aromas of lemon, beeswax, honey and rose.

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