at the winery
Prince Edward County
There are wines to be analyzed and there are wines to be savored. This is the latter. We could go into how this wine was made, when the grapes were harvested, how long they sat in tank or barrel, but let's forgo all that and instead enjoy the fruits of the labor. This wine does not fall into the category of those usual sweet dessert wines, instead this four on the sugar code, is a pleasant little chill and serve for dessert, or with biscotti. The nose has the tell-tale signs of sweet vidal: apples, pears, and a touch of dried apricots; the taste also follows the rules of sweet Vidal too: peach, pear and rusty apple. This one's a great little sipper for dessert, or better yet, just enjoy it on its own.