Taste it this weekend with Jordi Flos (10am-6pm) • The Muscat grape comes in many specific types and in several styles. Moscato, in a low-alcohol, slightly sweet style is currently very popular, but this different Spanish version shows a very different face. Grown in southern Spain’s Jumilla region, Muscatel (as it is known locally) also produces wonderfully dry wines. At a still very friendly 13% alcohol, the wine shows typical fruit and floral aromas. Fruit is certainly on the forefront of the flavors, but the lightly spicy notes accent the fresh, dry finish. This would be excellent with savory chicken or pork dishes. However, to fully enjoy this gem, don’t be afraid to just pour a glass and smile!