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This is a dark burnished gold beauty.
The tropical aromas on the nose are almost overpowering and wonderfully honeyed.
On the palate it is beginning to taste a lot like Christmas with dried and crystallised fruits in abundance. The honey is exceptional and, although this is quite a viscous wine, the texture is not cloying. The finish is very long and filled with fruit and sweetness.
For lovers of sweet wines, this is a must have as it is gorgeous and from a relatively unknown grape. For those exploring sweet wine, this is a pretty good place to start and use as a benchmark.
Ben says of the 2006 (October 2018): Still a remarkable wine with complex aromas and flavours that can keep you discovering more with every sniff and sip. Despite the weight and depth, the wine retains a lovely freshness and there is sufficient citrus acidity to prevent it from being cloying.
|Bottle Size||Half bottle 37.5 cl|
|Last Tasted||18 Nov 2018|
|Keeps at least until||2030+|
|Winemaking||Matured on the Lees, Malolactic|
|Aged In||Barrel (new), Barrel (old)|
|Key Features||Oaked, Late Harvest, Reserve, "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan|
|Available from||Online Exclusive|
|Bought In (year)||2010|