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Whether you want to make a single grape varietal wine or a blend, RJS Craft Winemaking kits are made with the finest juices and concentrates to make your favourite wine styles. Use our wine selector to learn more about wines you love and possibly discover new wines that might be your next favourite.
The Muscat grape may be one of the older cultivated varieties in the world. Muscat grapes typically have low acidity levels and the wines are not suited for aging. Muscat’s versatility makes it an attractive option for winemakers. Muscat features a distinctive grapey aroma and .may be produced as a dry, medium, sweet, sparkling or even dessert wine. It is also found as a table grape around the world.
Moscato is a popular wine among new wine lovers because of its perfume-like fragrance, light body and in some cases slight effervescence (frizzante). Muscat wines can vary in colour from white, to yellow, to pink. Muscats’ aromas include orange blossom, honeysuckle, citrus and ripe peach. You can expect a fruit forward palate that ranges from semi sweet to sweet and medium acidity.
If you like to brunch, then Muscat is the wine for you. Its lighter style is perfect for your mid-day meal. Because it’s off dry or even sweet, it perfectly complements fruit based dishes like blueberry pancakes, apple pie or peach cobbler. The acidity in a Muscat can cut through brunch favourites like omelets and crispy strips of bacon.
Different types of winemaking practices can affect the outcome of your wine. The chart below is a guideline for how we describe the proﬁles of our ﬁnished wines. Refer to tasting notes for each wine’s proﬁle.
U - UNOAKED
L - LIGHT
M - MEDIUM
H - HEAVY
L - LIGHT
M - MEDIUM
F - FULL
D - DRY
O - OFF-DRY
S - SWEET
muscat California Muscat Style
A luscious blend with flavours and aromas of peach, apricot, baked apple, and pear. This soft white crowd-pleasing California wine also has a hint of tropical fruit.
Pairs best with desserts including chocolate cake and peach cobbler.