Gordo Blanco (White Muscat) Grape
Also called Muscat of Alexandria, Moscatel, Moscatel Romano, Moscatel de Málaga, Muscat Gordo Blanco, Hanepoot, Lexia, Moscatel, Gordo, and Zibibbo. It is considered an "ancient vine", and wine experts believe it is one of the oldest genetically unmodified vines still in existence. Yellow-green, medium sized fruit, strong muscat flavour. When dried produces the famous Lexia raisin. Used for sherry, moscatel or muscatel wines, Moscatel de Valencia, Muscatel Passito and other Muscatel liqueurs and also as a raisin and table grape. Great eating, seeded fruit in open bunches, heavy bearer.
- Harvest: mid to late March
- Pollination: self-pollinating
*Please note: Due to quarantine issues we cannot ship outside Victoria