A sweet, white wine with quite intense aromas of honey, flowers and fresh grapes. On the palate the wine reveals further fresh grape and citrus notes. A clean wine with refreshing acidity on the finish to balance the sweetness.
Area: Casablanca Valley.
Light golden in colour this complex wine reveals a seductive nose of apricot, crème brulee, walnut and toasted almond. In the mouth lush notes of quince, honey and spiced apple combine effortlessly with a bright, zesty acidity to give excellent structure and length.
Orange peel, baked apricot, honeysuckle and a smoky, toasty character from oak barrels on the nose. The wine is concentrated and honeyed, but not at all cloying, due to balancing acidity. It offers notes of bitter marmalade on the appealingly dry and savoury finish.
Apparently declassified Ch D'Yquem! But aren't they all?
Aromas of candied citrus peel, honey, barley sugar and dried fruit - with just a hint of ripe pineapple. The palate is luscious and intense with layers of orange, honey, citrus and peach. Ripe apricot acidity gives a long, balanced finish.
Bright golden yellow in appearance. A medley of honeyed lime marmalade, apricot fruit and honeysuckle. The delicate fruit and floral flavours fuse well with a palate of black tea, honeyed lime flowers and a hint of dried apricots lifted by refreshing acidity at the finish.
Area: Beerenauslese, Pfalz.
Grape: Scheurebe, Riesling.
The juicy Scheurebe and Riesling grapes are left on the vines to develop a gorgeously intense sweetness and concentration of flavour.
Just wonderful with a huge slice of lemon meringue pie and a generous serving of cream. Perfection.