Pinot Noir was left on the vines well after harvest to gain ripeness and some botrytis to produce this fascinating wine.
A short period of skin contact has resulted in the tawny rose colour and provides a subtle back bone of tannin
Aromas of grapefruit marmalade with caramelised fruit lead into a rich honeyed palate with red currant and intriguing flavours of a Tokay or Madeira wine. Richly fruited but with crisp acidity this wine is well suited to drinking with blue cheese or a spiced fruit cake.
Enjoy with blue chees ore a dessert with orange flavours.