It has a bright yellow colour.
It’s the best example of a wine dominated by primary aromas. It undeniably evokes the distinctive fragrance of grapes. These intensely fruity aromas are sometimes complemented by subtle floral notes.
Vinified dry, this wine offers a limpid and fresh texture, which respects the crunchy fruit. A spontaneous and fragrant wine!
It is different from the sweet Muscat in southern France due to its dryness. Most often it is made from the harmonious blending of two grape varieties: Muscat à petits grains and Muscat Ottonel.