Famous for its sweet flavors including peaches, pears and orange blossom, Moscato is named after Muscat Blanc, which happens to be one of the oldest wine grapes around. Muscat grapes are grown around the world, with styles varying across countries. Moscato wines tend to be light-bodied and sweet, with low alcohol levels and light bubbles (frizzante). This makes Moscato pair particularly well with spicy foods. Moscato is one of the 18 noble grape varietals, making peachy sweet wines.