Sweet wines are technically brilliant but often underrated. There are a number of ways to make sweet wines, often a costly process since you're hyper-concentrating the sugar in your grapes while at the same time removing the natural water content.

Sweet fizzy wines include Moscato, from Italy, which is very low in alcohol, best served icy cold and full of fresh and zippy apple and pear flavors. In the French region of Sauternes, where botrytis thrives, providing the world with some of the greatest wines made anywhere.

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  • Peller Estates Riesling Icewine 2013

    Niagara Peninsula, Canada

    A unique dessert wine from Canada made by freezing the grapes to release complex flavors. The flavors are an explosion of pineapple, apricot, floral honey, oranges and cardamom spice with lemon drops and spicy oak to harmonize the long finish. Pairs well with blue veined cheeses. A Staff Favorite

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    • Kracher Beerenauslese Cuvée 2015

      Chardonnay / Welschriesling

      This handcrafted dessert wine has pronounced honeyed notes over attractive aromas of ripe stone fruit, subtle spices and mineral character. Nuances of juicy yellow fruit with vibrant acidity; highly elegant and balanced with a touch of salt, leading to a lingering mandarin finish.

      • M. Chapoutier Banyuls 2014

        Banyuls, France

        Languedoc-Roussillon. An exceptional age-worthy fortified sweet wine with aromas of dried fruit, crystallized orange and pepper and chocolate and dried prune flavors. Perfect with fruit or chocolate desserts.

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