Extra sweet wine from extra sweet grapes. You will not be disappointed by these Old World treasures! Some of our favourite sweet wines from France, Italy & Spain.
Each case contains two of each wine below:
Name: Château du Trignon, Muscat Beaumes de Venice 2012 (500ml)
Region: RHÔNE VALLEY
The Trignon estate was acquired in 1895. Their wines are made from vines grown across five villages in the Rhone Valley. Their fortified wine comes from clay and limestone soils in the village of Beaumes-de-Venise. The grapes for this wine are Muscat Petit Grain and they are harvested by hand early in the morning to ensure freshness. The result is a moderately sweet wine, which has a slight spice to it along with creamy peach, melon and pear flavours. It is incredibly easy to drink as part of a cocktail or accompanied by dessert.
Name: Speri, Recioto della Valpolicella 2015 (500ml)
Only the best grapes are selected from the Roggia vineyard, which is located upon the slopes of Monte Sausto in Cariano, Italy. The grapes are organic and dried for 120 days, which results in a incredibly rich wine with concentrated flavour. It is garnet red with aromas of violet, raisins and jam. On the palate it is rich and velvety. This wine pairs excellently with nuts, classic desserts, chocolate or even blue cheese.
Name: Telmo Rodriguez, MR Mountain Wine 2015 (500ml)
This dreamy, 100% Muscat wine is grown at an altitude of 900m on very steep slopes comprised of schist. The backstory: Telmo Rodriguez was inspired by wine-writer Hugh Johnson's comment, that one of the greatest wines he ever tried was a Moscatel from the mountains of Málaga. So, Rodriguez found this high-altitude vineyard and produced his first vintage in 1998. This medium-sweet wine is golden in colour and brimming with notes of blossom, honey, nutmeg and minerality. It is delicate and pure with a long, fresh finish. Pair with dessert or foie gras.