In fact Oz Clarke's Grapes and Wines suggests that it may in fact be a mutant of Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains.
Aleatico is used in Italy, especially in Puglia and Lazio, and on the islands of Elba and Corsica to produce sweet wines, some are fortified. The variety is also grown in Central Asia (Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan) and Chile
There are just a few Australian producers including
The future of the variety seems to be somewhat limited, althugh there is renewed interest in