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  1. Domaine des Bernardins, Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, Vin Doux Naturel - Half Bottle

    The colour shows hints of amber and weathered gold. Intense and complex nose with cooked, preserved fruit aromas lifted by citrus notes. Powerful yet balanced on the palate developing prevailing white peach, pear and apricot flavours.
  2. Vin Santo

    A classic example of the famous Tuscan sweetie. Showing canideied orange peel, dried stone fruits some floral notes and liquorice. Robert Parker 92 Points, it's a must!
  3. Siefried, 'Sweet Agnes', Riesling 375ml

    Full and luscious dessert wine with zesty concentrated citrus peel and floral notes. Natural sweetness is almast perfectly balanced by clean acidity. Delicious!
  4. Barbeito Madeira Doce

    A lovely Madeira, pours a deep brown colour with notes of toffee, molasses, chocolate and jam. Full-bodied and soft with a long sweet taste.
  5. Isole e Olena Vin Santo 2006 375ml

    This a very intense Vin Santo with aromas of dried apricots and honey which give way to a rich palate filled with concentrated notes of honey, apricot, fig, and vanilla. Delicious and fresh finish with perfectly balances the 220 grams of residual sugar!
  6. Chateau Du Haut-Mayne 2012

    Really lovely dessert wine! Notes of candied apricot and dried fruits on the nose. Hits the palate with bold flavours of honey, baked banana, and brioche bread.
  7. Killahora Orchards Rare Apple Irish Ice Wine

    Unique Apple Ice Wine from co. Cork made with juice from Killahora rare apples, concentrated using freezing temperatures and slowly thawed. This creates a beautiful, deep and rich must which is slowly fermented for a year and stopped before completion, leaving hslf of the apple sugars intact...nothing is added. It is a world firs in that its made mainly from Bittersweet cider apples, and the 1st Irish Wine ever sold. Killahora has waited 200 years to fulfill its true destiny, to make this, its premier drink.
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