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Country of origin:
Australia
Vintage:
NV
Volume:
37.5cl
Grape:
Muscat
Region:
Rutherglen
£13.99
Campbells Muscat Rutherglen

The Muscats of Rutherglen are wines of unsurpassed richness. Unique to Australia and the world, they are considered to be “The World's Richest Wines”. Intense and mouth filling with layers of texture, flavour and complexity, there is a seamless integration of raisined fruit, grape spirit and oak.        

Country of origin:
Australia
Vintage:
NV
Volume:
37.5cl
Grape:
Muscadelle
Region:
Rutherglen
£14.99
Campbells Rutherglen Topaque

Topaque (previously known as Tokay) must be one of Rutherglen's best kept secrets. Sweet, luscious, complex and elegant it is a wine usually served as an after dinner digestive but is equally at home accompanying a range of dessert options as well as full flavoured cheeses.              

Country of origin:
France
Volume:
75cl
Grape:
Semillon
Region:
Bordeaux
£17.99
Chateau Fayau, Cadillac

Brilliant pale gold colour with golden edges and very pale gold hue. The nose displays excellent lift with distinct botrytis characters evident. Aromas of honeyed apricot and peach followed by hints of lemon butter and spice. The palate possesses excellent concentration with a rich luscious mouthfeel finishing clean and dry.

Country of origin:
France
Volume:
37.5cl
Grape:
Semillon
Region:
Bordeaux
£8.99
Chateau Fayau, Cadillac 1/2 bottle

Brilliant pale gold colour with golden edges and very pale gold hue. The nose displays excellent lift with distinct botrytis characters evident. Aromas of honeyed apricot and peach followed by hints of lemon butter and spice. The palate possesses excellent concentration with a rich luscious mouthfeel finishing clean and dry.

Country of origin:
Hungary
Volume:
50cl
Region:
Tokaj-Hegyalja
£26.99
Crown Estates Tokaji Aszu 5 putts

Crown Estates of Hungary, formerly the Tokaji Kereskedóház Rt, is the only major wine company in the region that is in 100% Hungarian ownership. The company owns the unique Museum Cellar where spectacular wines from the very best vintages of the past 100 years are kept in ideal conditions.

Country of origin:
France
Volume:
37.5cl
Region:
Bordeaux
£22.49
Cypres de Climens Barsac

In the southern part of the Bordeaux region, Barsac is famous for outstanding sweet wines such Chateau Climens and Chateau Coutet. Barsac is among the best dessert wines in the world.

Country of origin:
Germany
Vintage:
2012
Volume:
187ml
£32.49
Dr Loosen Eiswein

 Eiswein “ice wine” is another  of nature’s rare and wonderful gifts. After waiting for the coldest night, grapes are picked in the early hours of the morning and pressed while they are still frozen.  They slowly squeeze out a few drops of precious nectar, leaving the water behind as ice. The result is a vibrant, racy dessert wine that is strikingly different from the rounder, more honeyed style of the wines concentrated by botrytis.

Country of origin:
South Africa
Volume:
37.5cl
Grape:
Riesling
£15.99
Jordan 'Mellifera' Botrytis Riesling

Delicate, floral and fresh ripe apricot bouquet with a limey citrus twist. Sun-dried peach and apricot flavours with a well-balancedacidity add elegance to the long rich finish.

Country of origin:
France
Volume:
50cl
Grape:
Grenache Noir
£16.49
Maury, Domaine Pouderoux

Dark red, almost black.  Intense aromas of blackberries, cherries and liquorice.Food Matching: As an aperitif with cheese or desserts, sorbets and ice cream.  Perfect with dark chocolate.  

Country of origin:
France
Volume:
37.5cl
£11.99
Muscat de Beaumes de Venise Dom. De Durban

Traditional. In stainless steel tank at 15°C, bringing a volume of 7 to 10% neutral alcohol, to limit fermentation to a density of approximately 1050 so that at least 110 grams of sugar remain per litre.

Country of origin:
South Africa
Vintage:
2007
Volume:
50cl
Grape:
Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains
Region:
Constantia
£47.99
Vin de Constance

Bright golden in colour with fresh green tinge. The richly aromatic nose displays candied orange peel, sundried peaches and whiffs of sandalwood. The palate is full and viscous with waves of white peach and pear flavours, restrained acidity and fine, nutty finish.

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