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  • n. Plural form of muscat.


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  • And if you make it to Cap Corse in the far north, seek out the luscious, lip-smacking dessert muscats, long thought to be the island's crowning glory.

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  • I wonder if Valvin will become king of the Finger Lakes muscats.

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  • The few muscats I've had in the past were aromatic, food-friendly whites with good balance.

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  • Second half of interview – Superdan DJs on various animals (muscats need not apply)

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  • There is no want of fruit round Tetuan: May sees pomegranates, apricots, peaches, figs, prickly pears, in due course; September brings the grape season; acres upon acres of gardens are covered with green muscats ripening on the dry ground, and protected from the sun by branches strewn over the plants.

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  • Splendid muscats, we were told, our vines would produce: branches are spread over them in the summer as a slight protection from the sun, but the grapes are left on the ground and often soiled; nor has a Moor the slightest idea of picking them, or of preserving their bloom.

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  • And the long rows of the low-trimmed muscats, reaching out from vine to vine with advancing summer as though to take hands against the weight of the harvest -- how they assault us with the visible process of earth and sun and air made into wine and food for man!

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  • Riper styles include the best Hungarian tokaji, Italy's vin santo and Southern French muscats, but the real heavyweights are Australian liqueur muscats, tawny ports, malmsey madeiras, sticky sherries… - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Growing muscats is a huge achievement and represents months of work, love and worry. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Noted for its premium red wines and outstanding and liqueur muscats and tokays, Baileys will follow in the path of 157-year-old Seppeltsfield, also renowned for its fortified wines, which Foster's sold two years ago.

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