Voy a perderme
While the original title of the illustration is “Let’s get lost”, in singular, “Voy a perderme” could describe the expression on someone’s face when tasting this wine. It is a wine to let go, to get lost in. Made with Pedro Ximenez grapes and some Moscatel from Chipiona which adds complexity to the nose. It is fresh and joyful on the palate, it captures you. Pairs with blue cheese, Mexican chili and desserts. Taken cold in a dessert glass, add some dark chocolate chips and an orange twist.
Naturally sweet wine, ebony colour with iodine iridescence, broad legs and appearing very dense.
On the nose, hints of dried fruits, grapes, figs and dates, toasted and roasted coffee, caramel, bitter chocolate and liquorice notes, but also delicate fruity and floral aromas from the Moscatel.
Fills the palate with sweetness, perfect acidity balance, very warm, unctuous and velvety with a persistent and fresh finish.
Blue cheese, Mexican chili and desserts.