This wine with its classic botrytis aromas is a perfect balance of dried fruit and vanilla.
This is a great aperitif and will be amazing with a cheese platter.
All of these vines are grafted on R99 and trellised on a five-wire hedge-system on South-eastern slopes. The average age of these vines are four to ten years, with an average yield of seven tons per hectare. Weather during the ripening season was sunny and dry, and the grapes were harvested in February.
A gorgeous blend of Chenin Blanc and Muscat, this Noble Late abounds in classic botrytis aromas of dried apricots, honey and peach. The palate is a perfect balance of dried fruit and vanilla spice flavours, ending in a lively aftertaste. It is a brilliant gold with specks of lime green. Attractive aromas of raisins and marmalade with typical dusty botrytis aromas in the background. A well-balanced acidity and delightful lingering aftertaste.
It can easily be kept for two to four years and will develop with age.