Veritable sunshine-in-a-bottle, it will put a fond smile on your face, as it takes you back to balmy summer evenings, staying outdoors until late and catching the seductive warm scents of flowers in bloom and sweet, freshly-cut grass. Baked golden delicious apples and dried apricot come through strongly when this is served not too cold, as well as a creamy character that speaks of vanilla pannacotta.
Simply bursting with nectarine and mango, sun-blushed clementine and a hint of nutmeg. This wine is refined but generous, its round edges making it viable as a lip-smacking aperitif, or a fine companion to food. Never has a wine possessed such a sunny disposition, yet felt so appropriate for chilly winter days! If you struggle with the long, dark British winter months like I do, bring some joy to this seemingly endless season with a glass of this wine.