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This wine is from Marsala, but you probably won't want to use it for cooking! It is a delicious almond-flavored beverage suitable for dessert by itself or poured over... Read More
The NV Malmsey 10 Year Old wafts from the glass with a rich, figgy bouquet of dried dates, demerara sugar, pecans and sultanas. On the palate, it's full-bodied, sweet and fleshy, with an ample, voluptuous profile and a generous... Read More
This wine oozes chocolate, caramel, mint, coffee and that old library smell that emanates from so many fortifieds. The palate is ultrarich and satin-textured with molassesy sweetness. The alcohol feels a little hot and it could... Read More
Already balanced with orange-peel flavors alongside honey, this wine shows richness and some concentration from botrytis. An attractive light touch hints at freshness while keeping the ripe flavors. Drink from 2023. —R.V.... Read More
This product of two pickings at multiple sites delivers a slightly sweet-sour meld of green apple and apple candy with glazed pineapple. It displays prominent glycerol and considerable sense of stuffing to help buffer its blazing,... Read More
A blend of 46% Sauvignon Blanc, 37% Riesling and 17% Gewürztraminer—all left to develop botrytis on the vines—this wine shows a petrol character that's intense on the nose. The palate is viscous and rich in... Read More
Rich and unctuous, this also has classic aromatics and a certain level of freshness that keeps it from being particularly cloying. This is also completely delicious, with a little bit of spicy apricots on the mouthwatering finish.... Read More
Spine-tingling acidity and a creamy, viscous texture make for a heck of a nice combination. This wine has aromas of yellow apple, pear tart, butterscotch, and treacle. Frisky little bubbles attempt to emerge from thick flavors... Read More
Bright and fresh, with a bit of tang and spice on the finish. Unoaked icewines from Inniskillin have more weight and richness, but this seems sunnier and livelier. It leans a little more to grapefruit than apricot, although that’s... Read More
A light dessert wine that can be enjoyed with many different types of food, from sweet to savory. It expresses notes of burnt sugar, guava jam, and mango chutney, with mouthwatering acidity for support. —A.Z.
All the dried fruit, brulee character, and boldness we expect from a Burgenland BA! Lush, creamy, and concentrated with live-wire acidity that drives the very long, succulent, and spicy finish. Drink or hold.
The 2018 Passito di Noto opens to a beautifully luminous color with bright golden highlights. You get Sicilian candied orange peel, sweet almond paste, and lots of fragrant honey. This wine is absolutely seductive and delicious.... Read More
A bargain among Down Under fortifieds, Buller’s Victorian blended Tokay features wonderfully complex notes of tea, spice and citrus atop lush caramel-like sweetness. It’s silky and balanced, with a long, citrusy finish.... Read More