Dessert wines are decidedly not sexy in this day and age. A right pity that is given they definitely have their place in a meal to cleanse and close the palate at the end and leave a melodic note singing on the tongue as one leaves the table. Personally, I had little use for them myself but that was more due to those produced in the US, and especially California, being these cloyingly-sweet syrups with no acidity, balance, nor poise. Chardonnay does not make a fine dessert wine, at least […]

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