Reminiscent of exotic fruits such as mango, papaya with a hint of pineapple and lychee.


Opulent, ambrosial with mouth-cleansing acidity to balance the luscious sweetness
melting into a monumental finish.

Growing Conditions

Clay, gravel and calcium carbonate.


The grapes are crushed gently and carefully; the juice is left to clear by natural
sedimentation, after which fermentation takes in small oak casks. The wine
subsequently aged in small casks for 12 months and then for 6 months in bottle
before release. Takes place well into November. Picking is a very difficult
process, given that over-ripe grapes are extremely delicate and picking requires
expert hands to place them carefully in small wooden trays.


Golden in colour.

Food Pairing

Dessert and cheese.