The southern Rhone is probably best known for its reds such as Chateauneuf du Pape, Gigondas …..and Vacqueyras. But they also make grow deliciously grapey, fleshy, fragrant Muscat grapes. Mainly they make a sweet pud wine, but occasionally they ferment it dry like this so you get all the fragrance of the muscat grapes, but it’s dry! My first reaction when I smelled it was “Turkish Delight”. Enjoy it chilled on its own or with a smoked makerel pate? Lovely picnic wine.