After a perfect, sunny and warm Indian summer, which further concentrated the botrytis-affected grapes, grapes with a must weight of 34 degrees KWM were harvested in mid-November. Fermentation lasted two months, as the yeasts worked slowly due to the high osmotic pressure. Finally, they produced wine with an alcohol content of 9.5 percent and a natural residual sugar content.
Brilliant golden yellow. In the nose intense aromas of apricot, passion fruit and lychee, with acacia honey. On the palate intense and precise, with a perfect sweet-acid balance. Dense, melting body with an eternal finish.
This wine lives from its precise, sweet fruit and a wonderful play of sweetness and acidity. As such, it harmonizes with sweet desserts, best in combination with passion fruit. It is also ideal with blue cheese, where the combination of the sweetness of the wine and the saltiness of the cheese create a perfect harmony.