Its color ranges from white to near black and often has a pronounced sweet floral aroma. Its grape variety referred by writers for being particularly attractive to insects due to its heady smell and impressive ripeness. Moscato is also distinguished by wines that actually taste and smell of pure grapes and musky flavor. Moscato's flavors are extraordinarily fruit-filled making light body wines with a certain sweet touch. Taste notes: fresh, pear, apple, orange, lime, juicy peach, apricot.