Grapes - Muscat
Muscat grapes are intensely sweet with a pronounced floral aroma. Their color ranges from white to almost black with a rich, spicy, and musky flavor that separates them from other table grapes. Muscat grapes contain seeds.
Serve them on their own, among an assortment of cheeses, and use to make sherbet and granita.
Muscat grapes are grown for wine, table grapes and raisins. Muscat grapes are the only grape able to produce wine with the same aroma as that of the fruit.
- Cheese-blue, cow's milk, goat's milk
- Olive oil