The Muscat grape is the world’s oldest known grape variety. That’s gotta count for something, right? No, because Muscat is seen as a sweet, simple grape that makes wines of that ilk. In wine school, Muscat is always tought as the one wine that tastes the most like it’s grape; but said so as a pejorative. Muscat, typically enjoyed by a yonger, simpler demographic of wine drinker in the bastardized form known to many as d’Asti has further sullied its reputation even more so. We’ve decided to give our Muscat wings and show that it can be a serious wine while remaining playful. Ours is much drier than typical, but it’s literally (if not figuratively) bursting with aromas classic to… Muscat.