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acehlow
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posted 02-27-2001 09:56 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Hi Saltis,
You are in luck! Orange Muscat is usually grown in the Central Valley Of CA, but a winery in Napa Valley, Whitehall Lane, made a small amount of Orange Muscat in 1998 called Belmoscato in 375 ml. bottles. The residual sugar is around 9%, so it makes a great dessert wine or an aperitif. Hope this helps!

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Saltis@aol.com
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posted 10-24-2000 02:56 PM           Edit/Delete Message
I will be visiting the Napa Valley from the 26th of May to the 30th of May...which Winery Can I find Orange Muscat Wine?? Please Let me know...Thank you very Much

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