Regular price $288.00
Talk about crème de la crème! Award-winning Les Dernières Grives is Domaine Tariquet's little gem - a crowd pleaser even for those who don't prefer sweet wines. Produced in very limited quantities and only during the best years, this sticky is made with Petit Manseng, a grape only grown within the region. The over-ripeness of the grapes on the vines before harvest provides the perfect balance of the sugar levels, the acidity and the intense aromas this wine brings. Delicate and refined, with lovely fragrances of mango, nectarine, sweet orange with a subtle hint of spice and white truffle. Rich yet fresh, it's a dessert on its own and it goes perfectly with a decadent foie gras starter, an Eton mess or a Tarte Tatin. OR, go wild and drizzle on some vanilla ice cream! Either way, it's a pure joy to savour!
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Côtes de Gascogne, France
100% Petit Manseng
In oak for 8 month
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DEC = Decanter
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JS = James Suckling
LC = Langton's Classification
RP = Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
TA = Tim Atkin Rioja Special Report
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WE = Wine Enthusiast
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