- a sweet, usually fortified wine made from the muscat
- muscat (sense )
Origin of muscatelMiddle English muscadelle ; from Old French muscadel ; from ProvenÃ§al or ; from Italian moscadello, origin, originally diminutive of ProvenÃ§al muscat, Italian moscato, muscat
- A sweet fortified wine made chiefly from muscat grapes.
- A muscat grape or raisin.
Origin of muscatelMiddle English muscadelle, partly from Medieval Latin muscatellum (from muscatus, nutmeg, musky, from Late Latin muscus, musk; see musk) and partly from Old French muscadel (from Old Provençal, diminutive of muscat, muscat; see muscat).