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Muscat Wine

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Explore the delightful world of Muscat wines on our comprehensive e-commerce platform. Renowned for their captivating floral aromas and lush sweetness, Muscat wines range from dry to dessert-style, catering to every palate. Whether you're enjoying a relaxed evening or celebrating a special occasion, our selection offers the perfect Muscat to enhance your experience. Shop now and savour the exquisite flavours of this versatile grape variety.






  • Primitivo Quiles Vermouth 1 litre NV

    $54.25
    or $51.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Morris of Rutherglen Old Premium Rare Liqueur Muscat

    $119.99
    or $113.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine La Pigeade Muscat Beaumes de Venise 2021 375ml

    $28.49
    or $27.07 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Morris 'Classic' Liqueur Muscat NV (500ml)

    $22.67
    or $21.53 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Chambers Rosewood ‘Old Vine’ Muscat 375ml NV

    $24.85
    or $23.60 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodríguez ‘MR’ Moscatel 500ml 2021

    $69.75
    or $66.26 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Yalumba Antique Muscat 375ml

    $26.29
    or $24.98 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chambers Rosewood Rutherglen Tawny NV

    $17.84
    or $16.95 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodríguez Mountain Wine ‘Molino Real’ Moscatel 500ml 2018

    $147.25
    or $139.89 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • M. Chapoutier Muscat de Beaumes de Venise (375ml) 2021

    $39.00
    or $37.05 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate Reserva Moscatel ‘Ambrosia’ 750ml NV

    $116.25
    or $110.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Chambers Rosewood Grand Muscat 375ml NV

    $70.56
    or $67.03 in case of 6 bottles.
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Muscat is one of the oldest known grape varieties, with a diverse family that includes over 200 grapes. The most common varieties used for winemaking are Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains, which is highly esteemed for producing sweet, aromatic wines, and Muscat of Alexandria, known for its richer, more robust Muscat is one of the oldest known grape varieties, with a diverse family that includes over 200 grapes. The most common varieties used for winemaking are Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains, which is highly esteemed for producing sweet, aromatic wines, and Muscat of Alexandria, known for its richer, more robust profile. Muscat wines are celebrated for their intense aromatic qualities, often exuding flavors of peach, orange blossom, and honeysuckle, which make them uniquely appealing. The versatility of Muscat allows it to be made into a range of styles, from still and sparkling to sweet and fortified wines. This variety is grown in many wine-producing regions around the world, including France, Italy, Australia, and the United States, each region imparting its own character to the wine. Muscat’s ability to maintain its grapey aroma and flavor through fermentation is a distinctive feature, often resulting in wines that offer a taste that is as close to biting into a fresh grape as wine can get. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Muscat wine?

Muscat wine is made from one of the oldest and most diverse grape families in the world, known for its pronounced sweet floral aromas. Muscat grapes can produce a variety of wine styles including still, sparkling, dessert, and fortified wines. These wines typically carry the distinct aroma of grape itself, often described as "grapey." The flavor profiles can range from very sweet to dry, showcasing notes of orange blossom, peach, lemon, and rose, along with a subtle spicy undertone depending on the production style and the specific Muscat variety used. The grape's ability to be cultivated for different wine styles makes Muscat unique. Additionally, the high sugar content of many Muscat varieties allows for the production of sweeter and fortified wines, which are left to ferment longer on the vine, accumulating higher sugar levels. Muscat wines are also notable for their vibrant golden color, which can range from pale to deep amber depending on the style and aging process.

Which wine regions make the best Muscat wine?

Muscat grapes are grown globally, but certain regions are particularly renowned for their exceptional Muscat wines. In France, the Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise appellation in the Rhône Valley is famous for its sweet Muscat wines. These wines are rich and aromatic, often served as dessert wines. The Languedoc-Roussillon region also produces high-quality Muscat, particularly the Muscat de Rivesaltes and Muscat de St. Jean de Minervois. Italy is another significant producer, with regions like Piedmont, where Moscato d'Asti (a lightly sparkling, sweet wine) is made, and the island of Sicily with its Moscato di Pantelleria, known for its richer dessert-style Muscat. In Australia, the Rutherglen region in Victoria is renowned for its fortified Muscats, which are much richer and more complex than their European counterparts.

What are the most popular Muscat wines?

Some of the most popular Muscat wines include Moscato d'Asti from Italy, known for its light, fizzy, and refreshing style with hints of peach and apricot. Another popular choice is the Asti Spumante, also from Italy, which is a fully sparkling version of Moscato offering a sweeter taste and more robust effervescence. From France, the Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise is highly esteemed for its intense and pure expression of the Muscat grape. These wines are sweet, fortified, and typically exhibit flavors of citrus, peach, and tropical fruits, making them excellent dessert wines. The fortified Muscats from Australia’s Rutherglen region are also highly prized for their depth, exhibiting richer, more concentrated flavors of dried fruits, spices, and nuts.

What are the best value Muscat wines?

For those seeking value, Muscat offers a range of affordable options that do not compromise on quality. Muscat de Frontignan from France provides excellent value for those interested in sweet and aromatic wines. In the United States, Muscat wines from California are often reasonably priced, offering good quality with prominent fruity and floral characteristics that the variety is known for. In Australia, younger Rutherglen Muscats provide a more accessible price point compared to their older, more complex counterparts, still offering the characteristic richness but without the extensive aging.

What are the foods best paired with Muscat wines?

Muscat wines are exceptionally versatile in food pairings. The sweeter styles of Muscat, such as Moscato d'Asti, pair wonderfully with fruit-based desserts, light pastries, and creamy desserts like panna cotta or cheesecake. The effervescence and sweetness help balance the richness and textures of these dishes. Drier Muscats can be paired with spicy Asian cuisine, providing a refreshing contrast to the heat. For the richer, fortified Muscats, pair them with strong cheeses, nuts, or even savory dishes like foie gras, where the intense flavors complement each other beautifully. The diversity of Muscat wine styles ensures there is a type suitable for pairing with a broad range of dishes, from starters to desserts.