One of the great dessert wines over the last couple hundred years. Made from Muscat de Frontignan. Deep amber orange in color. The nose is very nice with honey and slight apricot. On the palate this is slightly sweet, not cloying. Honey and a bit more intense apricots. Long finish. Seep and complex, this is still young and there is some upside.
This is made from organically grown grapes. Very pale, silvery coppery gold in color. The nose has a great orange peel quality. Kind of like the spray that happens when one peels and orange. Slightly viscous in texture. It has a perception of sweetness but the wine is dry. On the palate, this is very good. Mild fruit, sort of like a tart strawberry. The mid-palate returns to citrus with a tart (in a good way) grapefruit on the finish. Good acidity, this worked quite well with summer foods. Surprisingly more complex than it seems at first. Refreshing. This turned out to be a crow
This is history in a bottle. One of the great wines from South Africa and still a great dessert wine. Light golden in color. The nose is honeyed with apricots and peach. On the palate, this is sweet without being cloying. Honey and apricots. A bit of acidity. Worked well with food. A little goes a long way but it is delicious.