|NOUN1 || muscat | muscats |
|NOUN2 || Muscat | - |
|SYNO ||capital of Oman | Masqat | muscadel | ...|
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- The cultivated areas are located on the plain. They are mostly vines producing wines and muscat under an AOC. In peak summer season they have a supply of water from Lake Padula .
- It is one of the few places in Tamil Nadu producing grapes. Cumbum valley produces about 90,000 tonnes of muscat grapes and 10,000 tonnes of Thomson seedless grapes every year.
- It is famous for its muscat wine, the "Muscat de Mireval", about which François Rabelais wrote at the beginning of the 16th century.
- Its name was changed in 1936 to allow a better marketing of its famous muscat wine, the Muscat de Saint-Jean-de-Minervois, recognized since 1949.
- Vintners in Rutherglen, Australia produce fortified muscat-style and Tokay-style wines using the solera process.
- Valvin muscat is the result of a cross between Muscat Ottonel (vitis vinifera) and hybrid Muscat du Moulin (Couderc 299–35). It has distinct muscat grape characteristics.
- Of all the grape varieties shipped to the new world by Spanish immigrants, the variety vitis vinifera muscat of alexandria was most prized for its intense aroma.
- 5% ABV recipe in 2001 included yellow muscat grapes, lightly toasted 2-row barley malt, thyme, honey and saffron.
- In Catalonia, carquinyolis are usually served with a small glass of a sweet dessert wine, such as muscat or moscatell.
- One muscat was equal to 39.13 in.
- On top of the fountain, the statue was designed by French sculptor David d'Angers (1788–1856) in 1822, in honor of René of Anjou. It shows him holding muscat grapes, which he brought to Provence.
- Muscat bleu is an early ripening variety that buds midway through the budding period of the growing season.
- "Comrat" - also very common is the spelling Komrat (Cyrillic script: Комрат (Komrat)) - lies within the southern wine region of Moldova, which specialises in red wine and muscat production.
- The area is famous for its wine with the predominantly red grape varieties grown all over the department, regional specialities such as muscat de Rivesaltes and Banyuls are sold everywhere in the department.
- Mediterranean trade was dominated by spices, such as pepper, muscat nuts and flowers, cloves and cinnamon, as well as medicinal drugs and indigo.
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