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Isastegi 2015 Sagardo Natural Cider - Fruit Wine Dessert Wine

Isastegi 2015 Sagardo Natural Cider - Fruit Wine Dessert Wine

$10.99

Dessert, Fortified & Fruit Wine by Isastegi from Spain. The cider has a golden-green hue in the glass. Ripe notes of apple on the nose leads to an acidic, malted apple on the palate. The finish is crisp and fresh. [Read more]

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Malabaila Birbet Brachetto - Champagne & Sparkling

Malabaila Birbet Brachetto - Champagne & Sparkling

$15.99

Red by Malabaila from Piedmont, Italy. Colors are ruby red tending to garnet. Slightly sparkling. On the nose floral notes of geranium, peach blossom. Flavors include moderately sparkling, sweet, fruity, red-currant, rasberry and wild strawberries. Excellent with pastry and with fruit. [Read more]

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Lillet Rose - Fruit Wine Dessert Wine

Lillet Rose - Fruit Wine Dessert Wine

$20.99

Dessert, Fortified & Fruit Wine by Lillet from French, France - regions. Brilliant Rose in color. Light aromas of berries, orange blossom and grapefruit. Fresh, lively and fruity. Balanced structure. Slightly acidic with a long finish. [Read more]

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Graham's Six Grapes Reserve Port - Dessert Wine

Graham's Six Grapes Reserve Port - Dessert Wine

$23.00  $19.99

Dessert, Fortified & Fruit Wine by Graham's from Portugal. Six Grapes has a seductive, rich aroma of ripe plums, cherries and dark chocolate notes. On the palate it's complex, with an excellent structure and a long, lingering finish. Six Grapes is one of Graham's original Port blends-it is a ... [Read more]

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Graham's 10 Year Old Tawny Port - Dessert Wine

Graham's 10 Year Old Tawny Port - Dessert Wine

$36.00  $29.99

Dessert, Fortified & Fruit Wine by Graham's from Portugal. 10 Years indicates an average age - this Aged Tawny Port is a blend of older wines, which offer complexity and younger wines, which bring fresh fruit flavors and vibrancy. During their long maturing period in oak casks, Aged Tawnies u... [Read more]

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The first rule of wine and food pairing is that there are no hard and fast rules. Keeping that rule firmly in mind, dessert wines pair quite nicely with ... desserts.