Muscats are one of the oldest varieties of domesticated grapes and the ancestor of numerous families within Vitis vinifera. There are hundreds of variants of muscat grapes with numerous uses from raisins to table grapes to wine-making. Muscats are fragrant with a characteristic grape flavor kissed with hints of citrus, rose flower, and stone fruit. These grapes are thin-skinned, juicy, and sweet with a hint of acid and an abundance of aroma.
Uses: Muscats are exceptionally good raw on their own or paired with charcuterie and cheese. They are equally excellent when made into cocktails or set into jellies.