Muscadelle is the complementary variety in dry and sweet whites. It is characteristically very fragile, producing very aromatic wines that have moderate acidity, and are round and powerful. Contrary to what the name might suggest it is not related to any Muscat variety. Its secret is its discreet but appealing floral notes. It is known as Muscadelle, but is also called Issal of Tarayre, Marmésie, Bouillenc, Musquette, Raisinote, Cadillac, or Muscat Fou in the Dordogne.