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  1. Muscadelle is a white wine grape.
  2. Muscadelle is a white grape-variety from the Bordeaux region.
  3. MUSCADELLE is used occasionally to add a fine floral note to dry whites.
  4. Muscadelle is a white grape -variety from the Bordeaux region.
  5. Muscadelle: A white grape variety, used in fortified wines.


  1. Search Results Muscadelle Muscadelle is a white wine grape .
  2. MUSCADELLE: Semi-classic grape grown in the Gaillac region of France, about 100 miles southeast of Bordeaux, and used in local white sweet wine blends.
  3. Muscadelle - White French wine grape of the Bordeaux region that produces dry wines.


  1. Along with Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle, S--millon is one of only three approved white wine varieties in the Bordeaux region.
  2. Semillon is one of the three approved varieties (Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle) for making white wines in the Bordeaux region of France.
  3. MUSCADELLE Semi-classic grape grown in the Gaillac region of France, about 100 miles southeast of Bordeaux, and used in local white sweet wine blends.


  1. A blend of six to ten-year-old Muscadelle.
  2. Muscadelle is not classified among the Muscat family.
  3. Muscadelle matures very fast and its grapes are quickly invaded by noble rot which gives it a very pronounced taste.
  4. MUSCADELLE: (a.k.a Muscadelle de Bordelais).
  5. BAROQUE: Has several synonym names including Muscadelle de Nantes.


  1. In California the grape known as Sauvignon Vert is probably a Muscadelle varietal clone.
  2. Sauternes and Barsac are French wines made from Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscadelle grape s.


  1. Vinification Our Muscadelle is a dry white wine.
  2. Tokay: White grape variety also known as Muscadelle.
  3. As 'muscadelle ' is a certain kind of white, and also a grape variety, it can be sold by a large number of wineries and in different forms.
  4. The Muscadelle grape variety can be used to make dry white wines but its use for this purpose in Australia has largely disappeared.


  1. Chambers produces the best Muscadelle in the Rutherglen area and is the best value for money.
  2. Muscadelle is most famous today for the outstanding dessert wines known as stickies that come from southern Australia and the Rutherglen in Victoria.


  1. However, it has been proven that Australian Tokay is Muscadelle.
  2. A few other Australian wineries use the Muscadelle to make table wines in a similar way to French wineries.
  3. Muscadelle has a distinctive grapey Muscat flavor and is therefore used as a minor constituent in sweet wines.


  1. Tokay, unrelated to the famous Hungarian wine, comes from muscadelle, a grape that lends fragrance to Sauternes.
  2. In fact, most of the Muscadelle plantings today are in the outlying area of Entre-Deux-Mers instead of the more prestigious Graves or Sauternes.
  3. Because of Muscadelle's intensity, no more than 5 percent is added to the higher-quality wines of Barsac and Sauternes.
  4. Not to be confused with the Muscat grape, Muscadelle is an increasingly unimportant grape that calls Bordeaux home.


  1. This wine is the result of a severe selection using the three traditional grape varieties S--millon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle.
  2. Bergerac blanc is either a crisp or full-bodied, slightly sweet white blend of Sauvignon, S-millon and Muscadelle.

Sauvignon Blanc

  1. The main grape varieties in this wine are Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle.
  2. This wine, a blend of Sauvignon Blanc and the more aromatic Muscadelle, is a fine wine full of fresh fruits and spice.
  3. White Bordeaux is usually a blend of sauvignon blanc, sémillon, and muscadelle.

Sauvignon Vert

  1. In California the grape known as Sauvignon Vert is probably a Muscadelle varietal clone.
  2. There, it is blended with Sauvignon blanc and Muscadelle.


  1. Tokay is produced from a white variety called Muscadelle.
  2. Some Muscadelle is grown in Australia, where it's known as Tokay and often used in dessert wines called Liqueur Tokays.


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