Also known as Muscat of Malaga, Muscat of Alexandria and Muscat A Gros Grains, among other names.
Widely grown in Spain, both in irrigated and drought areas.
Low vigour; requires short pruning.
Maturation can start around mid-July to mid-September.
Large, loose, winged and cylindrical-conic cluster.
Golden yellow, thick, elliptical berries with an intense Muscat taste and aroma. Crunchy, fleshy and weakly attached to the peduncle.
Reasonably resistant to transport. A table grape that can be used also to produce raisins and sweet wines.