Muscat d’Alexandrie

Muscat vine from Alexandria or Malaga or Muscat romain, produces large bunches of white grapes (amber) crunchy and sweet with large elongated grains.

The Muscat of Alexandria is rather late (a week after chasselas).
This vine is demanding in heat and requires a very sunny exposure. It is resistant to drought. It should therefore rather in the South of France.

Its grapes keep well, plant easily taking a falling port, sometimes used for dry white wines (Rivesaltes, Banyuls, etc.) mature 1 month after chasselas (towards the end of October).