• Grapes that have ripened to perfection, luscious black fruit notes, generous, mouth-filling, dark and mysterious Wine of Chile Contains sulphites
  • Wine has a brilliant yellow colour With green hints and aromas of lemon fruit, pineapple and grass Made from 100 percent sauvignon blanc grapes
  • The Hungarian word aszu was "dried", but the term aszu came to be associated with the type of wine made with botrytised grapes. Botrytis or 'noble rot' serves to dry out the wines and concentraet sugars, but retain acidity. These wines can therefore be incredibly long-lived. On the nose intense aromas of apricot and orange rind are complimented by floral notes with a hint of honey suckle. The palate is a concentrated affair of apricot, honey and a lingering orange rind finish. Try with strong blue cheese or sticky toffee pudding.

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