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  1. Domaine Piquemal Muscat de Rivesaltes
    This Roussillon wine is sweet and elegant with golden highlights and aromas of white fruits and floral notes. The palate is balanced and elegant with a finish reminiscent of Poire William. Learn More
  2. Pineau des Charentes Rose, Domaine Edouard III
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    100% of 100
    Richer and fuller bodied than its Pineau Blanc brother, the Pineau Rose still retains intense dried fruit aromas and tastes. A hint of chocolate on the finish makes this a great accompaniment to dessert. Learn More
    £17.75
  3. Pineau des Charentes Blanc, Domaine Edouard III
    Fine balance, with elegant acidity. Intense, with aromas of walnuts, raisins, and candied pears. Learn More
    £18.25
  4. Chateau Bouscasse Vendemiaire 'Alain Brumont' 50cl Half Litre
    Part of Brumont's late-harvested wine selection, "Vendemiaire" (harvested in October the name is taken from the French revolutionary calendar), Brumont has provided a real challenge to Jurancon and given the World of sweet wines a remarkably new balance and flavour. Learn More
    £18.50
  5. Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure Monbazillac 'Jour De Fruit'
    Fine nose hinting at the complexity of fruit‐tropical fruits, pineapples apricots and coconut wood and honey. Concentrated sweet fruit and honey on the palate. Extraordinary mouth feel, length and balance. Learn More
    £18.50
  6. Lenotti Estate Recioto della Valpolicella Classico 50cl Half Litre

    Produced in extremely limited quantities only in the best years from the best red grapes of Valpolicella which dry out in wooden cases until late winter. Dark ruby red with an aromatic and fruity bouquet. A sweet and velvety taste.

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    £20.50
  7. Pineau des Charentes 'Selection' Daniel Bouju
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    100% of 100
    A mixture of grape juice and a Grande Champagne Cognac, Pineau des Charentes is fantastic served chilled and will delight the lovers of sweet wines, sherry and port. Unfiltered to offer a richer taste. Learn More
    £22.50
  8. Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure Monbazillac 50cl Half Litre
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    80% of 100
    Fine nose hinting at the complexity of fruit‐tropical fruits, pineapples apricots and coconut wood and honey. Concentrated sweet fruit and honey on the palate. Extraordinary mouth feel, length and balance. Learn More
  9. Chateau Premieres Brumes de Closiot Sauternes

    Fresh, fruity and lighter than the Chateau’s classic sweetie, the fruit is harvested a little earlier than usual in Sauternes, which limits concentration. Its price is affordable, in comparison to other wines from this area, making it a unique aperitif Sauternes.

    Golden yellow in colour with hints of peach, pineapple. Fresh and elegant with a sweet lightness.

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    £25.00
  10. Chateau Closiot Barsac Sauternes 50cl Half Litre
    Located in the heart of Barsac, close to the grands crus classe areas, Chateau Closiot vines are a venerable age (nearly half a century old) producing a wine that is fine and elegant. Please note, there is a natural sediment in this wine. Silver Medal Winner - Concours Mondial Bruxelles 2008 Learn More
    £27.50
  11. Disznoko Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos

    Made in Hungary from Furmint grapes that have been allowed to shrivel on the vines until they are no more than raisins, it is then aged underground in casks, developing honeyed apple and spice notes while retaining rapier acidity.

    Now this wine is over 10 years old, the wine has even greater aromatic complexity filled with dried fruits, spicy and honey notes. A beautiful balance between vivacious acidity and sweetness. The Disznoko Tokaji Aszu 5 puttonyos tastes fresh, long and is always superbly complex and focused. Ideal served with spicy dishes, rich pate, blue cheese or simply as an aperitif.

    "A great vintage for Tokaji with a wonderful Indian summer resulting in a perfect Aszú crop. Just lovely on the nose, showing apricot, cinnamon and exotic fruit with just a hint of marzipan. To taste, it is rich and silky but also incredibly pure and vivid, with amazingly vibrant acidity lifting the orange and dried apricot fruit notes. Lingering and refined." Drink 2016-2030. Decanter.com, Caroline Gilby MW

    Gold Medal: International Wine Challenge (2014) "Honeyed, cedar, orange peel with notes of spiced fruit, lemon marmalade and a lingering sweet finish. Heavenly!"

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    £27.95
  12. Pineau des Charentes 'Vieux' Daniel Bouju
    Rating:
    80% of 100
    This exceptional premium, 15 year old Pineau des Charentes is fantastic served chilled and will delight the lovers of sweet wines, sherry and port. Learn More
    £32.50
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