This wine was made from grapes infected with Noble Rot (Botrytis). The grapes were hand picked at the beginning of winter, well after harvest was completed.
On arrival in the winery, the grapes were left them to soak in a small press for 24-hours. The extracted juice was again pumped over the skins and finally lightly pressed. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tank where the wine was aged for several months on light lees.
Exquisite aromas. Classic botrytised characters, marmalade on toast, honey comb and a hint of lemon tart.
The palate is everything you would expect, sweet and luscious, the citrus charters from a sweet marmalade show up again along with deep honeyed notes and a long balanced finish.
TOP TIP: Perfect as a dessert wine.