Full straw-yellow; both the bouquet and the palate show extraordinarily fragrant and intense muscat aromas, enhanced and enriched by the botrytis, without subverting the essential varietal fruit. Simply delicious.
This is a lighter-coloured wine than its siblings: medium gold, and smells of fragrant muscat grapes, bath-powdery and highly aromatic but perhaps with less botrytis character than the top wines. The palate, though, is very fine and restrained, at...
Has an appropriate level of grapey sweetness that runs through to the back-palate, acidity drying it fractionally on the finish
Bright gold; the clean bouquet is surprisingly subdued, lacking the grapey fruit of the variety; on the other hand, the payback comes in the lively peachy/lemony palate, and the slow rate of development, in contrast to the Noble Riesling.