Muskateller – worlds oldest grape variety
The probably world’s oldest grapevine adumbrates already in the vineyard the upcoming wine experience.
The exotic, refreshing wine stands out with its intensive and aromatic smell of fresh nutmeg and an aroma of orange blossoms.
The Muskateller fits perfectly to Asian cuisine, fish and seafood as well as poultry.
Muskateller – aromatic-fresh taste and intensive smell
The Muskateller grapes are one of the oldest grape varieties in the world. The grapes from Rhine Hessia are giving the wine its aromatic-fresh taste and the its intensity in all aspects.
The Muskateller is characterised by its intensive smell of passionfruit and oranges. The wine is completed by a hint of exotic fruits, mandarine, grapefruit and cassis. Nuances of herbs and an animating acidity are refining the Muskateller.
The refreshing wine is perfect for hot summer days. It is a good match for Asian or Mexican cuisine as well as for pasta.