Dried apricots, figs and raisins as well as malty notes, charcoal and teak. Unctuously sweet and smooth on the palate with some nice roasted character and stemmy lift accompanying the dried fruit. Long of course. Good stuff.
raisins, raisins, raisins, raisins, and raisins. has a bit of spice and acid that makes it interesting and prevents it from being too too cloying. I can't drink more than two fingers of this though without being overloaded, which is not true of all dessert wine for me
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