Tasting :

Muscat has a pale yellow colour. Its bouquet recalls fresh grapes and subtle floral aromas.

On the palate it is very fresh, like biting into a grape. Much drier than more southerly sweet Muscats, its fresh fruit character is unique.

Food pairing :

An excellent choice for an aperitif or reception, it goes well with asparagus, or with a lemon sorbet before the main course. Its elegance enhances the flavour of light vegetable dishes, raw or cooked.

Ageing :

Enjoy Muscat young, within 5 years, as its aroma fades with time. Serve it at 8° to 10°C.