Moscato di Scanzo is​ a red grape variety native to Italy. Now rare, it is essentially confined to the hills around Bergamo in the Lombardia (Lombardy) region.

Wine style: Moscato di Scanzo is an aromatic red grape that resembles but is different from Moscato Nero or Aleatico, two red-berried varieties it is often confused with. Ian d’Agata described it as always refreshing, vibrant, and with lavendar notes. 

Wines: Lombardia: Moscato di Scanzo DOCG.

Synonyms: Moscato Rosso and Moscato Nero are not acceptable synonyms for Moscato di Scanzo.

Bibliography

See Ian D’Agata, Native Wine Grapes of Italy (University of California Press, 2014).

Italian Wine Unplugged (Positive Press, 2017), p.64.