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General term for a sweet wine to be served with dessert. There are many methods by which sweet wines can be created.

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  375ML Half Bottle    
Reg. $32.99

Using the three traditional Sauternes grape varieties Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle this wine is the result of a severe selection. So as to optimise the beneficial effects of Noble Rot ("La Pourriture Noble"), harvesting is carried out in a ... more
Sku: P59933

Reg. $59.99

90 Points Shows lots of lemon and vanilla, with hints of spice on the nose. Full-bodied, with medium sweetness and a concentrated, thick palate. Big and juicy for the vintage. Well done. Best after 2010. –JS Wine SpectatorThe 2004 Chateau Nairac is  more
Sku: 014780

Reg. $16.99

  Sku: 009003

  375ML Half Bottle      
Reg. $20.99

ÔIntense, fresh raisin fruit flavors with a luscious, mouth-filling finish.... more
Sku: 013102

  375ML Half Bottle     
Reg. $23.99
On Sale $19.99

The 2008 GEWURZTRAMINER “HEIGHTS WINE” (YARDEN) comes in 375ml for the price quoted. It was harvested at 43 brix and has residual sugar of 18 grams per liter, so you know what’s coming with this, one of Israel’s most charming dessert wines. A ... more
Sku: 044800

Reg. $11.99

Aged longer than your typical Fino, Valdespino Fino Inocente remains under the flor (the yeast that grows naturally on the wines, protecting the wine from the atmosphere) for 8 years. (Typically time under flor is 3 years. Flor itself can be kept ... more
Sku: 045296

Reg. $16.99

Still made in the traditional way and at the original strength - one of the few examples left of what cream sherry should taste like. Deep amber in colour with the taste of sweet raisins, dates and figs. Rich sweet ripe fruit that lingers smoothly ... more
Sku: 010389

Reg. $18.99

  Sku: 040898

Reg. $16.99

  Sku: P14258

Reg. $99.99

Tea leaves, prunes, burnt sugar, figs and spice cake are some of the nuances that emerge from Fontodi’s 2001 Vin Santo, a wine that walks a line between the fresher and more exotic expressions of this famous Tuscan dessert wine. The finish is ... more
Sku: P59430

Reg. $25.99

The "Don Nuno" Oloroso is best served as an aperitif with blue or strong-flavored cheeses, or as a digestif with nuts after a meal. It should be served at cool room temperature.NV: 89 Points - James Molesworth, Wine Spectator: ... more
Sku: 006310

Reg. $14.99

  Sku: P59932

Reg. $28.99

Aromas of cooked plums, dark berries, chocolate and spice. The finish is long, lingering and clean.... more
Sku: P59636

Reg. $16.99

Dry, but full wine coming from the Lustau bodegas in Jerez de la Frontera; elegant, but rich to taste. The richness is balanced by its crisp, flor character to give a lingering aftertaste. ... more
Sku: P31956

Reg. $74.99

  Sku: P57500

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