A white grape grown esp. in the Loire Valley in France.
A dry white wine from the Loire Valley in France.
Popular dry white wine grown in lower Loire: made from grape of the same name.
A light, dry, French white wine made from grapes of the same name, sometimes said to have a slightly musky, cantaloupe quality and typically served with seafood.
(Moos-cah-day) - A light, dry Loire white wine made from a grape of the same name (alternatively named Melon ("May-lawN"), sometimes showing a light musky or cantaloupe quality.
white grape grown especially in the valley the Loire in France
A dry, light wine from Loire valley.
dry, low-alcohol white wine from Brittany in northwestern France. Usually drunk young, typically with seafood.
(muhss-ka-day) white wine district along the Loire
A delicate, crisp white wine made from the Melon grape in the western Loire Valley of France.
Muscadet is a type of dry French white wine. It is made at the western end of the Loire Valley, near the city of Nantes in the Pays de la Loire region neighboring the Brittany Region. More Muscadet is produced than any other Loire wine.