Dessert Wines

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Passito di Noto DOC "Prim'Amore" 2008 (50cl) - Baglio dei Fenicotteri

£39.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A sweet and rare passito wine which expertly depicts its terroir.

Passito describes wines that are made using the appassimento process, whereby grapes are partially dried on straw mats or pallets in airy rooms or barns in order to concentrate the grapes’ flavours and sweetness prior to vinification. From local grape variety Moscato di Noto, this wine fully expresses the perfume of this land, with hints of fruits such as apricot and peach as well as a gentle aroma of orange and lemon blossoms. Sweet but well balanced, Passito di Noto DOC "Prim\'amore" 2008 is 100% organic and one of the rarest wines featured on our site.

Vin Santo del Chianti DOC "Occhio di Pernice" 2011 (37

£32.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the rarest wines of Italy, also one of the most delicious!

This is not the typical Vinsanto you will find around: made with Sangiovese grape - therefore a less usual red dessert wine - is made by sundrying the grapes and then aging them for 4 years in small traditional "caratelli" barrels. Something unique, that is not only sweet, but it offers a variety of nuances, from berry jam to raisins and sherry, to dark chocolate and sour cherry.

Organic Dessert Wine Colli Piacentini DOC "Archeus" 2013 (50cl) - Illica

£34.50

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the best organic dessert wines we have tried.

This dessert wine is very special, and made from 100% organic Malvasia di Candia, a vigorously aromatic local variety. Thanks to the position close to the river Ongina, the vineyard develops the Noble Rot, that adds a natural tropical flavours that - we are sure - will win your favour.

Moscato d'Asti DOCG 2017 (75cl) - Palladino

£12.99

Sweet bubbly deliciousness with pears and almonds.

A sweet wine, with an unmistakable aroma. The nose has notes of rose and orange blossom, with sage, lemon, peach and apricot. The palate is fresh and pleasant, with a wealth of floral and fruity overtones.

Franciacorta Saten 2014 (75cl) - Cá del Bosco

£49.00

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Femininity. Smooth, luxurious, ripe, soft, rounded. Evokes the enchanting sensuality of the woman of one\'s heart.

One of those wines that thrill the senses. Satèn, with the femininity and elegance of silk, is a special interpretation of a Franciacorta: a felicitous marriage of white grapes only. And a little secret: during tirage, when sugars and yeasts are added to initiate second fermentation in the bottle, Satèn is given less sugar. Finally, lengthy refinement enhances gentle elegance in every single bottle.

Nero d'Avola Passito "Nikao" IGP Terre Siciliane 2013 (50cl) - Tenuta Barone La Lumia

£22.00

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% This Nero d\'Avola Passito is the only one in the world of its kind: a real oenological masterpiece! A meditation wine, with features that make it a product of great pleasure!

Nikao grapes are processed, harvested and vinified according to "Greek manual": field studies and ancient texts have allowed reconstructing what could be the oenological production method already used in the Greeks\' time and bring it back to life. Obtained from a delicate drying of the best grapes of Nero d\'Avola (the grapes are left to be killed for ten days in the plant and then again on gratings), the wine is then left to ferment for about three months in steel. It is full, enveloping, intense. A powerful but elegant nose, with net hints of marasca, dried figs, red fruits and spices. It is characterised by a perfect balance between hard parts and soft parts, between sweetness and tannins.

Frascati (75cl) - Gotto D'oro

£8.80

Fresh straw yellow wine with notes of grapes; delicate, well-balanced palate with a good persistent finish. It is harmonious and aromatic.

The grapes come from vineyards in the outermost part of Castelli Romani in Lazio, where the vines enjoy a fresh and sufficiently humid climate. The wine underwent a straightforward fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, followed by a fairly early bottling with no oak ageing to preserve the freshness and fruit.