Close Up picture on a Zibibbo grape also called Muscat d'Alexandrie

‘Zibibbo’ is the Sicilian name for Muscat of Alexandria, a white grape variety that is occasionally used to make wine, most notably Moscato di Pantelleria, but is more commonly sold as table grapes. It is far less popular in Italy than Moscato Bianco (Muscat a Petits Grains Blancs).

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