The back label reads, “Musqué is the French term meaning both perfumed and muscat-like. Many grape varieties, including the Clone 809 of Chardonnay have a Musqué mutation, which produces a highly aromatic wine. The wine has beautiful aromas of honeysuckle and orange blossom with flavors of apricot and honey.” This is a good description. Its most immediate flavor is Chardonnay’s usual yellow apple, although quite ripe, but the other flavors describe above are also prominent. In its honeyed, ripe-fruited, slightly viscous, aromatic elegance, this wine is a lot like a dessert wine, although not sweet. (I’d call this wine on the sweeter end of dry.) I think this is an interesting, delicious wine, but don’t get it if you want your usual Chardonnay. It strikes me as showing its age a little, with some of the honey heading in the direction of oxidation, but it was also quite good the second day. On the third day, the last bit seemed a little tired, and went into the tangerine ginger chicken.