Sweet wine stands for bodied wines with strong, sweet notes. It is called dessert wine in many countries where it is served with dessert or with the cheese platter after a meal. The common term is not precisely defined. Sweet wine is well known and belongs to the end of a menu just like the aperitif at the beginning. The selection of sweet wines from all over the world is enormous. South African wines, ripe Moselle grapes, unique Sauternes or Toscana wines with wonderful residual sweetness make the selection difficult. You will find a selected range of high-quality sweet wines that has something in store for every sweet wine lover.
Bocciolo Lambrusco Grasparossa
This fruity, sparkling Lambrusco is sweet, fresh and nicely balanced on the palate. The Bocciolo Lambrusco Grasparossa Dolce comes from the Medici winery, which is known for its high-quality Lambrusco creations and has received numerous awards. This wine from Emilia-Romagna is based on the Lambrusco Grasparossa grape variety. Try the red wine from Italy for the much-praised cuisine of the region.
With its fresh and soft flavor, the Bersano Monteolivo Moscato d’Asti is the great summer wine. Its pale yellow color and fruity flavor will enchant you as soon as you uncork it. The Monteolivo Moscato d’Asti is an Italian white wine. The high-quality Moscato grapes required for Bersano thrive on the slopes around the Bersano winery, giving the wine from Italy its fragrant note and inimitable freshness. It is just as fine and complex. It inspires with fine nuances of orange blossom and honey. In addition, there is a fine touch of fresh pastries in the final.
Feudi Di San Marzano Filari
This sweet wine has an intense ruby red color with garnet reflections. The nose is persistent and complex, with notes of ripe fruit, cherry jam and dried figs, slightly spicy. The taste gives the mouth pleasant honey-sweet sensations, supported by a good acid structure. Matured for twelve months in French and American wooden barrels. Excellent with dry almond cake, fruit cake, savory and ripe cheese.
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