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Moscato

See below muscatel,

First and foremost, this term is used to refer to a name vine associated. In fact, it is an umbrella term for various game types. intersections or. new varieties with Muskateller participation and also not so seldom unrelated grape varieties. One can therefore not speak of a variety group and certainly not Muskateller family (the same phenomenon is also true for the four name groups Lambrusco. Malvasia. Trebbiano and Vernaccia ). There are muscat varieties with berries in every imaginable way shades of white, yellow, gray, green, pink, red, brown, purple, blue and black. According to one of the many hypotheses, the variety is said to have already reached around 3000 BC. BC were known to the Egyptians and Persians, for which sometimes murals are also called indicia. For this, however, any valid proof is missing, because with such pictorial representations an identification is of course not possible.

Muscat - Muscat Blanc, Muscat Jaune, Muscat Rouge, Muscat Noir

As likely ancestry will today Greece or maybe Italy considered. This is supported by the fact that there are descendants and family relationships to other varieties in both countries. Thus, it was possibly brought to Europe by the Greeks and spread by the Romans in their domain. Apparently the emperors were already there Charlemagne (742-814) and...

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