A late-harvest dessert wine that packs a punch. Botrytis, or Noble Rot, is a fungus that shrivels and decays the grapes; this wine is made from Sémillon grapes affected by this fungus. A good thing as the fungus adds complexity, and intensifies sweetness which makes the wine more viscous. This is a luscious after-dinner wine that is fresh and fruity; it is full of lemon, pineapple, honey and marmalade aromas and flavours. The finish is sweet, fresh and clean. For lovers of sweet wines it is perfect paired with desserts or cheese platters.
This is a very appealing indulgence.
There is something wicked about this Muscat; one is seduced by the aromas of honey, toffee, raisins, and whatever your senses tell you. Fortified to last, this wine is a superb accompaniment to sticky-date pudding, Christmas pudding, fruit cake or pour it over your ice-cream. 750 ml of great value. Be tempted.