Sweet Desert Wines

Carta Vieja 2011, Late Harvest, Chile
£ 13.60
Botrytis affected dessert wine which is a blend of late harvested Sauvignon, Viognier and Gewurztraminer from their estate.
Light, delicate with perfect citrusy acidity to balance the velvety sweetness. 
Chateau Doisy Daene 2009, Cru Classe Barsac, 1/2 bottle
£ 29.50

Pale gold in color, the 2009 Doisy DaŽne features expressive notes of honeyed lemons, dried mango slices, apricot tart and Seville orange marmalade with a touch of shaved almonds. The palate delivers mouth-filling stone fruit and citrus preserves layers with great purity and a lively backbone, finishing wonderfully zesty and youthful. 2019 - 2047.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, Wine Advocate (241), March 2019
Chateau Guiraud 2003, 1er Cru Classe, Sauternes
£ 80.00
This is very sweet and rich on the nose, with toffee, honey, and spices. Full-bodied, and thick honey. Spice, dried apricot, and syrup flavours. Lasts for minutes on the palate. Big botrytis bomb. Love it."


Chateau Sigalas Rabaud 2009, 1er Cru Classe Sauternes, 1/2 Bottle
£ 31.50
It is bestowed with an intense bouquet of quince, orange zest and almond with a lighter touch of honey compared to its peers. The palate is medium-bodied with great viscosity
Chateau Suduiraut 1er Cru Classe 2011, Sauternes
£ 57.00
90% Semillon and 10% Sauvignon Blanc
Pure, deep gold. Really classy and distinctive with layers of savoury and sweet flavours Ė apricot compote in particular. Great build that finishes appetising and dry and refreshing. Long.

Sichel 2020, Sauternes, 1/2 bottle
£ 16.50
Honeyed floral and spicy aromas with apricot and exotic fruit flavours. Well rounded and balanced. Classical Sauternes.
Vin Santo 2011, Dell’Empolese DOV Cantine Da Vinci
£ 37.50
A deep amber dessert wine, with aromas of dried fruit, figs, almonds, and honey. On the palate the texture is rich and velvety, retaining a delicious sweetness alongside a vibrant acidity which keeps the wine fresh.