Mature Vintages

We mark wines as mature when the wine has evolved from its youthful classic style into a (just-as-interesting) aged style. Fruit and acidity often drop and other flavours called tertiary notes appear. This can be after 5 years, or after 10, or 50, depending on the wine - which is why some wines might not be marked mature at 10 years.

If you've not explore mature wines before, start with Riesling, Petite Arvine, Gamay, Syrah or Chardonnay as they age in a most accessible manner.

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