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DESSERT WINES

"Sweet wines vary from light, grapey versions from the Muscat grape, which press the palate delicately with soft fruitiness, to full-on Australian liquer wines (again Muscats), which display all the golden sunshine of their origins.The former are aperitifs, the latter,likewise, are too concentrated for drinking with a meal. In between are a host of sweet wines with richly honeyed aromas and buttery - smooth flavours (apricots,peaches,apple pie, spice)that become every more luscious the warmer the origin. All sweet wines should have a crisp acidity to balance their sweet fruit or they become lifeless" Wines of the World. Sauternes is the most famous, but the Loire, and sometimes Alsace, can also come up with rich, intensely sweet wines that can live for decades. The range includes Moscatto d'Asti (Italy); Alsace vendange tardive, Sauterns, Vouvray(France);Spatlese, Auslese, Beerenauslese, Eiswein (Germany,Austria);Tokaji(Hungary);late harvest sweet wines(California,Australia);ice wine (Canada);Liquer Muscat(Australia)




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Chateau Laville Sauternes 2006

Chateau Laville Sauternes 2006

£29.00

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Tempus Two "Botrytis Semillon Dessert wine"

Tempus Two "Botrytis Semillon Dessert wine"

This botrytis Semillon is a powerfully rich and opulent style, combining flavours and aromas of dried apricot, citrus fruit , marmalade, and hints of...
£7.99

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