Muscat Blanc is the Moscato used in Italy for Moscato d’Asti and Spumante, both light and fizzy wines. It also creates the Muscat d’Alsace of France, which is often made in the dry style. Muscat Blanc can also be found in the deliciously sweet wines of Beaumes-de-Venise in the south of France. The Muscat of Alexandria is responsible for the “stickies” of Australia, as well as the Muscats of Portugal and South Africa. California also has a hold on producing sweet dessert wines from Muscat.