Here we have a sweet, dessert-style wine out of Navarra in Spain that would be great with a brulee or crème caramel. The nose is quite floral and grapey, whilst the palate is light and toothsome with a good line of acid zipping along the palate to keep the sweetness in check leading to a honey and lemon finish. It comes in a handy half-bottle, so there's enough to keep at least 4 people happy.
Intense. Gold yellowish with greenish hints. Very bright. Intense and complex to the nose. Hints of flowers, fresh Muscat grape, acacia honey. Perfectly-balanced evolution between sweetness and acidity. Very persistent. Complex aftertaste: citrus crusts, flower honey, fresh grapes, white flowers.
Best served as an aperitif, with pa^te´ or foie gras and with all kinds of desserts. Serve very cold.
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Bodegas Chivite Gran Feudo Blanco Dulce de Moscatel (37