The Muskateller grows on a steep slope in Hach, a small village near Auggen in the Markgräflerland.
Mineral soils and southwest exposure provide freshness, elegance and minerality.
Citrus, floral aromas, but also exotic fruits can be found.
All in all, Muscat is a fascinating grape variety that offers a wide range of aromas and flavors, providing wine lovers with a unique sensory experience.
Balanced, fruity, fresh, acidic
Light traces of tannins
Pleasant, mild acidity
< 1 g/l
Best paired with
Muscat wines are characterized by their intense and characteristic Muscat aroma, reminiscent of grapes, flowers and spices. They can have a wide range of flavors, from dry to semi-dry or even sweet. Muscat is known for its sparkling freshness and floral character. Muscat wines are usually drunk young and fresh to best enjoy their aromatic diversity.
Because of its distinctive aroma, Muscat is often enjoyed as a wine on its own, but it is also used as an ingredient in a variety of sweet dessert wines. Muscat goes well with lighter dishes such as salads, fish dishes, fruit desserts and mild cheeses.