Grape variety for rosé and red wine
Muscardin is a red grape variety from the Vaucluse. Its cylindrical bunches are compact and of average size. In autumn, its foliage often takes on a reddish hue. In principle, winegrowers don’t vinify it on its own. It’s systematically blended with other red grape varieties such as Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache. Muscardin is an additional grape variety that is used to make several southern wines. It gives them a note of freshness as well as a floral aroma.
- floral notes
Stony soils, associated with clays.