Discover three of Rosenthal Wine Merchant's most sublime dessert wines. Delicious, unique and incomparable.
Domaine Louis Magnin's Vertigo is a fantastic demi-sec with 27 grams of residual sugar and notes of honey and yellow fruit. It persists with great length and is enlivened by a very attractive mineral character; very balanced and perfect with fruit tarts or a refined chocolate mousse.
Sagrantino Di Montefalco Passito from the great Paolo Bea is perhaps one of the most stunning sweet wines in the world. Made from late harvest Sagrantino grapes that are air-dried into raisins for four months before pressing. Fermentation begins and slowly progresses until the sugar level reaches 16% to 18%; pressing then takes place and the resulting wine carries approximately 90 grams of residual sugar. The wine is then aged in stainless steel for four years or more and then an extra year in bottle prior to its commercial release. Figs, persimmon, and blackberry flavors with a stiff tannic structure makes this truly exceptional and a perfect partner for cheese plates.
Chateau La Rame's "Tradition" is a wine that defies the 'humble' appellation of Sainte Croix Du Mont. Seeking extreme ripeness, the harvest is done by hand in successive passes for perfect grapes. After fermentation it is aged for two years. Often blessed with significant botrytis, this is a wine that shows great complexity and concentration. Flavors of crushed orange, pineapple and more come with a pithy grip and proper acidity. Try with crepes suzette - superb.