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The blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon has produced an attractive, fruity wine that’s young and fresh. Light and bright, with delicious final acidity, its structure suggests it could age; drink ...
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This sweet white wine offers notes of dried apricots, honey and crème brulée. Perfectly balanced on the palate with mouth-filling, silky texture and a corpulent body, this wine unfolds into ...
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This wine opens up with a nose of berries, coffee, cola and earth. On the palate there is black cherry, blackberry cobbler and spice surrounded by toasty French oak and vanilla with a long lingering finish ...
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92 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar Fairly pale color. Intriguing, musky aromas of pineapple, white plum, mirabelle and minerals; nose shows terrific precision. Then thick, dense and sweet ...
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Picked in just two tries, 90% picked in one trie, tasting through 13 separate lots, the core components of a great Climens appear to be in place. Paying particular attention to the lots that constitute ...
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Paul Masson uses an old-world method of aging in small oak casks, resulting in a smooth flavor and finish. This marsala is a deep golden, full-bodied, and fragrant sherry, that is sweet but balanced with ...
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A medium sweet, low alcohol, smooth wine.
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This full-flavoured, orange-scented, sweet wine is made with 20% sun dried grapes added to the must, resulting in an elegant and complex wine. The mineral tone from the volcanic soils gives lovely refreshing ...
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Château Piada has gorgeous floral, peach, and citrus aromatics and an incredible honeyed texture, with beautiful acidity.
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Bright, ripe, crushed red berry and plum fruit flavors mark this lively, direct young port, which is sweetly silky on the palate and supported by a crisp acidic backbone and soft background tannins.
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A medium sweet, low alcohol, smooth wine.
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A light golden colour. The nose has gone intensity with good level of honeyed botrytized fruit. There is just a hint of marzipan in the background.Good definition. The palate is medium-bodied, good acidity, ...
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The light gold color is accompanied a gorgeous perfume of caramel, honeysuckle, peach, apricot, and smoky wood. Full-bodied and unctuously-textured, with good underlying acidity as well as loads of sweetness ...
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Elysium – Black Muscat, another underappreciated Muscat variety, is known in Europe as a table grape variety, Muscat Hamburg, one of the very few black skinned Muscat’s.If ripened to about 25 ...
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Aromas of apricot, citrus fruits and honey. Will accompany a pan seared foie gras wonderfully.
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Dessert wine is characterized by its sweetness whether it's a result of the grapes used to produce the wine or more sugar is added. When it comes to dessert wine, the scale does not exactly range from sweet to dry. The spectrum is more like sweet to extra sweet. Varieties include white and red options, including sparkling, rich sweetness, fortified wines and lightly sweet selections. A glass of this treat – and we recommend a smaller glass to start – can be its own dessert or compliment one of your favorite desserts. Either way, your sweet tooth is going home happy. Characterized by its sweetness and fruity flavors, try pairing a dessert wine with a fruit tart for more dimension, or with bakery sweets to balance the sweet with buttery flavors. If you're getting wild with sweet desserts rich in chocolate and toffee, pair it with a less sweet red dessert wine or a nice port to balance out the sweetness. A good rule of thumb is to choose a wine that is sweeter than the food with which it is served.

Our selection of dessert wines offers a wide price range to accommodate any discerning palate or budget. Pick up a sweet Moscato, a nutty port or an indulgent ice wine by the bottle, the case or the box. Box wines get a bad rap, but there is no need to be afraid of them. Buy box wine online for delicious varieties at incredible savings. You can get nuanced wine delivered to your doorstep. Trust us – the cork only slows you down anyway. Buy Cosentino wine, Fonseca, Tomasello or any other of your favorite brands online at Wine Chateau.

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