Dessert Wine

Make the moment sweet.

Dessert wines are sweet wines typically served with dessert.Despite the name, they are often best appreciated alone, as an aperitif, or with fruit or patisserie. White sweet wines are best served chilled. Sweet wine may be made from naturally sweet grapes (vins doux naturels) or from botyrised grapes, where naturally occurring yeasts concentrate the sugar in the grapes, prior to harvest. Rarer sweet wines include ice wine and vin de paille or straw wine, known as such because the wine is made from grapes naturally desiccated on straw mats.

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Marcel Deiss - Gewurztraminer Vendanges Tardives, 2001

Domaine Marcel Deiss, Alsace

White, Dessert Wine, Gewurztraminer, 750ml

  Price €85.00
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Marcel Deiss - Gewurztraminer Sélection Grains Nobles, 2002

Domaine Marcel Deiss, Alsace

White, Dessert Wine, Gewurztraminer, 750ml

  Price €85.00
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Josmeyer - Riesling Grand Cru Hengst Vendanges Tardives, 1995

Domaine Josmeyer, Alsace Grand Cru Hengst

White, Dessert Wine, Riesling, 750ml

  Price €87.50
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Lheraud - Tres Vieux Pineau 1962, N/V

Domaine Lheraud, Pineau des Charentes

White, Dessert Wine, Folle Blanche, Colombard, 750ml

  Price €220.00
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