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A subtle balance of sweetness and fruit’s acidity. This wine blazes with intense hints of fruit skin and flower aromas. On the palate, fresh and personalized acid-sweet balance, with tingling acidity that highlights lemony notes on the finish. The Mediterranean adaptation of an icewine; the one to enjoy pairings with
Made exclusively from raisined Moscato grapes, the golden yellow Baltis has a bouquet of dried figs, sultana raisins, dates, hints of citrus and slightly toasted honey notes. The wine’s luscious palate is exalted by its fresh, crisp finish.
Ben Ryé offers an extraordinary rich bouquet with outstanding aromas obtained from the dried grapes: apricots and candied orange peel. It presents delicate hints of Mediterranean macchia. The palate is very fresh and intense, balancing perfectly the sweetness followed by a long and satisfying persistence.
A luscious refreshing and very fruity medium dry wine with typical intense grapey aromas and notes of melon, peaches and a floral hint of orange blossom. It has a refreshing acidity on the palate with good concentration of fruit, structure and balance.
Mainly made of Sémillon (80%) completed by Sauvignon Blanc (20%). Deep golden color with notes of grilled almond, lime, flower, apricot and orange peel. The wine is lively, creamy and long on the palate. Excellent to match bleu cheese, cheddar 5 years or Foie gras.
This blend of locally-grown Vermentino and Viognier offers an enticing, syrupy aroma of stewed apples. On the palate one finds a soft, seductive sweetness which reinforces the apple notes yet is further enriched by a full fruit-basket of flavours.
The name Recioto, descendant of the Roman Retico wine and ancestor of Amarone, appears in Verona towards the end of the 1800s derived from the dialectal word “recia” (ear) that indicates the most delicious, ripe and sweet part of the bunch. Cassiodorus, Minister of Theodoric, already described the particular processing
A sweet white wine made from a blend of Moscato & Zibibbo grapes using two different techniques of making sweet wine: late harvesting and drying of grapes. It has a very intense aromatic nose of figs, orange blossom underlined a light touch of honey and a delicate geranium hint. On
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