What the Frack is Zibibbo? Add/Read Comments
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To be honest, from the aroma and taste I'd never have considered this a Muscat. Lemons, lemon bon-bons and those lemon dib-dab things you use to buy immediatly sprang to mind. A little sweetness manifesting as a round fullish body, but Muscat? now I know its Muscat it is obvious; a floral, grape element is noticable on the aroma. Some acidity gives a citrus-crisp finish, and helps hide that slight sweetness.
For the geeks, the know-alls and the specialist pub-quiz winners did you know that the name Zibibbo comes from the Arab word zibib which means grape.