Winery Notes: Rose Moscato is cultivated from the Muscat, which is the only grape to produce wine that has the same aroma as the grape itself. This means that both the Muscat and Rose Moscato have a sweet and rich aroma of dried fruits, raisins, and oranges. Americans will find it interesting that Rose Moscato's Muscat grapes are considered the worldâ€™s oldest domesticated grape variety. Exclusiv's Rose Moscato is especially unique due to its roots in Moldova, a country with a deep history of wine cultivation. Wine Enthusiast: Grapy and floral with loads of rose petal notes, this Moscato is perfumey on the nose and palate. Exuberantly frothy and mouth-filling, the palate is fleshy with sweet ripe grapes, with just a hint of stems and leaves on the finish.