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(ˌmʌskəˈdɛl) or


(Brewing) another name for muscatel
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Noun1.muscadel - wine from muscat grapes
muscat grape, muscatel, muscat - sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine
fortified wine - wine to which alcohol (usually grape brandy) has been added
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n (= wine)Muskateller m
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The students came up with Fine Vatel, a combination of pure white varietal samples of Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc with a dash of Muscadel. Another output was branded as Saint Michel, which was produced by merging pure red varietal samples Merlot infused with Cabernet Sauvignon.
Orange River CellarsWhite Muskadel 2016 as well as their Red Muscadel 2016 both received platinum awards - Muskadel SA Awards highest accolade adding to ORCs already stocked Muskadel SA Awards cabinet having previously won five platinum and two gold awards since 2013.
The variety he used is known in South Africa as Muscadel, the grape known elsewhere as Muscat Blanc or Muscat Canelli.
yielding 12 mengles must from French or Muscadel grapes, the Hanepoot Spanish not yet ripe." (Louis, 2004) (Note: Twelve mengles equals 3.8 gallons or 15 liters)
"Sometimes," she wrote, "the muscadel grape outlasts the blast of frost and sometimes a people step back from war."
The most frequently used varieties are the red and white Muscadel and the hanepoot.
"A health!" quoth he, as if He had been aboard, carousing to his mates After a storm, quaff'd off the muscadel, And threw the sops all in the sextons face....