Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Muscat à petits grains
Most likely of Greek origin, this grape has been cultivated since ancient times and is known worldwide.
Grown in many wine regions of southern France, it is part of the production of many natural sweet wines such as Muscat de Frontignan, de Lunel, d'Alsace, de Rivesaltes, de Mireval, de Beaumes-de-Venise, de Saint-Jean de Minervois; but also Banyuls, Grand Roussillon, Maury and Rivesaltes. In association with the Clairette, it produces Clairette de Die (Drôme).
Aromas of beeswax, lemon flowers, honey, pink, lime.