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Valvin Muscat is a white interspecific grape cultivar developed in the 1960s by Cornell University New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. The vines produce small, compact grape clusters and are moderately cold hardy.


VAHL-vin muh-skat

Acres in Missouri:

50.2 acres

Flavors or tasting notes:

This wine has complex aromas fruit notes including peach, mango, nectarine and orange blossom. The spicy undertones and floral aromas work well for producing highly aromatic varietal wines and work well for wine blends.

Taste Profile:

The wines may have some mineral undertones, a clean crisp finish and refreshing acidity.

Ideal Serving Temperature:

Chilled to 55–60°F

Food pairings:

Spicy dishes, Indian, Thai food, brie

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