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'Dessert wine' means different things to different people, but the one thing everyone says is 'sweet'. That means Rieslings, Sauternes, Semillons, and more. We have some very fine 'noble' Rieslings from New Zealand (which is where the grapes are made sweeter by the beneficial botrytis cinerea fungus), which are yet another style of dessert wine. Most dessert wines are served slightly chilled, although the famed Baron Philippe de Rothschild advocated serving sauternes so chilled it was nearly a slushy! Decadent indeed.
  1. Concentrated aromas of peach, citrus, honey and floral fruits. A softly concentrated wine, perfectly balanced, with a lingering apple finish. Enjoy!
  2. A very famous Chateau (some might say the most famous in Sauternes) that we're not allowed to name, sold off this parcel of the 2016 that didn't quite make the cut to Negociant Sichel for a ridiculously low price.

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  3. Unctuous fruit and a wickedly fine silky mid palate, try with creme brulee or toffee cheese cake for a roundhouse kick of flavour.

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  4. Golden with aromas of exotic ginger and apricot, backed by a long-lingering palate of peach, loquat and honey. Star quality.
  5. Bright amber gold with copper tints. Fresh raisin fruit backed by subtle oak characters. Luscious mouthfilling raisined fruit combine with the oak flavours to produce a wine of great length.
  6. Chateau Villefranche Sauternes

    2018 half bottle 375ml

    Regular in quality, Chateau Villefranche Sauternes is composed of Sémillon dominance of a good classicism, by its golden and limpid dress, by its bouquet with the beautiful notes of ripe yellow fruits, quince, and honey, by its balance and its fat. It can be enjoyed from aperitif to dessert.
  7. Fabulous concentration of citrus and honeyed stone fruits with vanilla bean accentuation from the French oak barriques that it matures in for 12 months make for a mouth-filling delight. And the fusion of sweetness, spice and deft acidity add even more layers of seductiveness to the impressive wine.
  8. A golden refined dessert wine overflowing with ripe honeyed stonefruit and citrus characters. The palate displays rich luscious fruit flavours elegantly balanced by a fresh vibrant finish.
  9. Carmes de Rieussec Sauternes

    2014 half bottle 375ml

    Château Rieussec’s second wine is selected according to the same standards as the first wine. A true classic in the world of dessert wines.
  10. A delicious dessert wine with flavours of honey, dried apricots and ginger leading to a wonderful silky finish on the palate.
  11. Peckham's answer to icewine, this dessert-cider is sweet and rich, whilst retaining a refreshing zip. By freezing the juice, the sugars are concentrated and fruit character is retained. Try with pineapple upsidedown cake!
    $14.95 Bottle
  12. Golden yellow with a frank, steady and brilliant colour. Powerful, rich and elegant, with aromas of candied fruits and flowers. Well-balanced, with a great length and a good and steady aromatic persistency. This is a wine without excessive sweetness.

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Dessert Wine

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'Dessert wine' means different things to different people, but the one thing everyone says is 'sweet'. That means Rieslings, Sauternes, Semillons, and more. We have some very fine 'noble' Rieslings from New Zealand (which is where the grapes are made sweeter by the beneficial botrytis cinerea fungus), which are yet another style of dessert wine. Most dessert wines are served slightly chilled, although the famed Baron Philippe de Rothschild advocated serving sauternes so chilled it was nearly a slushy! Decadent indeed.