One of the most elegant dessert wines as it shows its full fragrance of red berries: an aromatic expression of Bulgarian rose and wild strawberries, the wine is an explosion of pure fruit and freshness and is best drunk young.
intense pink colour, fine mousse. Lush aroma, fragrant and aromatic, intense red fruit and strawberries. A sweet, soft and delicate taste with refreshing aromatic finish. Accompanies chocolate-coated strawberries, wild berries, and goes well with dried fruit, walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, pistachios and figs. The most traditional association, with a dessert after the meal or mid-afternoon, is with dry pastries and with oven baked sweets, from Christmas Panettone to jam tarts. Brachetto d'Acqui is one of the few wines throughout the world which can be matched with dark chocolate.
A terrific match for chocolate, take a look at this video to see what other wines pair well with chocolate.
Bright straw yellow, nice foam and rich perlage. An extraordinarily fresh bouquet, and quite varied; from among the many notes one can distinguish fresh fruit, orange blossoms, rose and musk. A sweet flavor, but a graceful one, aromatic characteristics of the grape, delicious and with a long finish.
Fruit desserts, fruit, pastry, panettone, hazelnut cake, particular cheeses such as Castelmagno. Very pleasant as aperitif or as refreshing drink at any time of day.
Style: Light Sparkling
Grape: Moscato Bianco
This is the second most expensive wine made from Rare Red Blend in Barossa Valley.
A unique blend of the four red varietals grown on the Hentley Farm estate, this wine was fortified with a 22 year old oak age spirit dryer than most Australian fortified reds. It provides a complex aromatic profile and a soft expressive palate. For food pairing, it goes well with dark chocolate or a rich style cheese.
Grape Variety: Rara red blend