Golden color, Slightly sweet, Apple in the nose and the mouth. It has a long aftertaste of honey.
A couple of months ago I found a bottle of this wine hidden in a Cava dresser . It was the last and I bought it. Itsreally a wine for toast before dinner or lunch... flavorful and without surprises. Well maybe with cheese and olives. I have not found another similar bottle.
Great sweet, but not syrupy dessert wine. Good with or without desserts or sweets. Very fruit forward and full of honey tastes. Don't chill it too much, the crisp fruit flavors come through better if only slightly chilled.
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Deep gold. Ripe, honeyed aromas of melon and poached pear. Rich and silky, with ripe lemon and orange flavors braced by refreshing acidity and baking spices. The bright, persistent finish offers a pleasingly bitter note of blood orange.
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