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A Oloroso Medium from Palomino - and Pedro Ximénez grapes, which offers a seductive amber color and a remarkable range of flavors. Caramel, plum, cedar and walnut give the jack in hand. Well-balanced, ...
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The Harvest Select Sweet Riesling is made in a slightly sweeter style than our Columbia Valley Riesling but still shows the classic elements of Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling. It offers rich flavors of ...
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A remarkable residual sugar of 169 g/l. There is lifted, rather minerally fruit on the nose here, honeyed, dense and yet chalky altogether. Great substance, very pure, polished, with a floral edge to the ...
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Yellow straw,semi intense,Fruity, Honey - Confectioneryelegant,Attack on preserved lemon, good length, half body, nice lemony finish. Elegant.The year 2008 was in all this region a good year
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With seductive aromas of fragrant orange blossom, spices and fudge. The smooth initial taste develops into soft sweetness on the palate backed by the delicate aromas that are found on the nose.
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Zion Fortissimo was produced from Marselan grapes. The species’ character and durability in the Israeli climate has allowed to harvest it at the end of September, 2012, from a unique vineyard at Moshav ...
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The name ’Nebbiolo’ means ’fog’ in Italian, and there is some debate as to the origin of this unusual name. However, many people claim it has something to do with the milky white dust which covers these ...
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Bordeaux is home to arguably the world’s finest dessert wines, from the regions of Sauternes and Barsac. Made from noble rotted Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle, these wines have an unctuous honeyed ...
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The Har Sinai wine is produced with an ancient technology and a combination of modern equipment. The wine is a blend of 80% cabernet sauvignon and 20% merlot ripened grapes. They were hand picked at the ...
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This is a mature wine of deep amber color with russet highlights. The bouquet’s complex marriage of ripe, plummy fruit, warm cinnamon and butterscotch notes and subtle oak nuances are confirmed on ...
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Exotic, vibrant aroma of toasted coconut, followed by an almond cream note that gives way to the core of green fig, papaya, Cavaillon melon and honey. There’s stunning richness and mouthfeel, with power ...
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Spice, peach and honey with occasional elements of almond. Light golden hue with very good legs in the glass.
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This unique, white desert wine is produced from SAUVIGNON BLANC 50% and VIOGNIER 50% grapes, exposed to the sun in a focused process before the harvest and harvested late in the season, to intensify the ...
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One of the stars of this Sauternes vintage, offering that wonderful 2011 balance of intensity and lightness. Beautiful aromas of lemon flower with fresh, juicy flavours of sicilian lemon, acacia, limestone ...
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Whiskers Blake was a roguish man who worked in Hardys Tintara vineyard around the turn of the last century. His job was to scare birds from the grapes with an old 8 gauge shotgun however he also took it ...
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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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