Dessert wine is meant to be enjoyed follow the main course of a meal. Dessert wines are too sweet to drink with a main course, although some people enjoy them before a meal as an aperitif. 

 

 

Like other wine, a dessert wine is defined by the type of grape it's made from, where it's grown, and how it's produced.  

 

The best dessert ...

Dessert wine is meant to be enjoyed follow the main course of a meal. Dessert wines are too sweet to drink with a main course, although some people enjoy them before a meal as an aperitif. 

 

 

Like other wine, a dessert wine is defined by the type of grape it's made from, where it's grown, and how it's produced.  

 

The best dessert wine will have all the characteristics that wine lovers look for - inviting aromas, complex flavours, velvety textures and flavourful, memorable finishes.

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Desert Wine 

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The Vendemiaire vintage is a subtle sweet wine with complex touches of crystallized citrus fruit and gingerbread.

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The nose is missing a little complexity, with stewed figs, treacle and mulberry

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Sweet red wine made after a late harvest Grenache vines centennial, matured 6 months in French oak barrels.

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Even against Denis Dubourdieu's decadent L'Extravagant 2003, for me, the superlative Vin de Constance 2008 is the better wine.

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The Albarino grape produces a wonderfully florally scented wine and this unique personality is also imparted to the spirit distilled from its skins and pips.

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Deep purple-red colour, softly captivating on the nose, offering a lush bouquet.

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