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Golden in colour, this complex wine reveals a seductive nose of quince jelly, acacia honey and candied orange peel. In the mouth, honeyed notes of dried apricot, figs and orange marmalade combine with decent acidity and structure. An unusually high amount of 330 grams of residual sugar create enormous palate weight, structure and length.
Made by brothers Sebastien and Fabrice Montesquiou at their family run estate in Jurancon, nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees mountains. The estate has been handed down from father to son since the 18th century, with the brothers taking a minimalist approach to their winemaking and following biodynamic principles. Made from local grape varieties Petit Manseng and Gros Manseng, this wine has a fruity nose with a gorgeous sweet mango flavour.
White gold in colour with aromas of quince jelly, kumquats and dried fruit. The palate has notes of zesty lemon peel and butter menthol which combine to reveal a very silky mouthfeel and long finish. Decanter Medal Bronze, International Wine Challenge (IWC) Gold
An intense, ultra-concentrated dessert wine made from hand-selected grapes that have been shrivelled about halfway to raisins by botrytis (the “Noble Rot”). BA has the same minimum must weight as Eiswein, so they have about the same sweetness. But BA has the distinct honeyed character that comes from botrytis, giving the wines a more complex aroma and a lusher texture.
Seven of Hearts is about exploring different vineyards, appellations, and varietals: cool-climate varietals from the
Willamette Valley and warm-weather varietals from the Columbia Valley, Oregon and Washington.
Using traditional winemaking methods, they partner with growers who primarily farm organically and sustainably, and who are stewards of their land and vines, providing the attention to details that produce great fruit and capture the best qualities of each vintage.
The winery is situated in the ancient town of Mád and there are eight hectares under vine in the “Grand Cru” Kiraly and Betsek areas, planted to Furmint, Harslevelu (Lindenleaf) and Muscat. It is owned by cellist Andras Bruhacs and two German fellow classical musicians. The vines average age is around 30 years old, producing extremely low yields.
“Tokaj, the wine of kings and king of wines” is how Louis XIV described it when he tasted it and the legend of the Tokaj has steadily grown over its more than four hundred year history. Oremus Late Harvest combines tradition and innovation and is a new concept among the winery’s wines. It is the ideal way to enter the magical world of Tokaj’s sweet treasures.