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TASTING NOTES OF Apasionado de José Pariente 50cl 2017 : View: Pale yellow, green flashes. Nose: aromas of exotic fruits, freshly cut grass and light mineral notes. Mouth: A velvety, fine, elegant, fresh, balanced, intense, round and persistent finish....
“Extremely expressive for a sweet wine, partly due to the addition of exotic plants and fruits. Mineral Touches. Like any good Sauvignon blanc, it shows fine and fresh, persevering, structured and harmonious, of strong intensity.”
...area is known for viticulture since the Middle Ages, when the land belonged to the nearby large monastery of Veruela. The Santo Cristo coop was officially founded in 1956, and is now one of the best in Spain, with modern equipment including state-of-the-art...
“Moscatel de Ainzón Vino de Licor is light yellow in colour with golden accents. The scent is complex with elements of honey, flowers and raisins. In the mouth it is unctuous, graceful and sweet with a freshness is due to an excellent sweet acid balance.
Serve this wine as an aperitif, with fruit...”
“The nose is aromatic and floral - with notes of raisins, which follow through to the palate. A complex, full and deep-flavoured wine characterised by orange peel, nectarine, honey, spices, and great length. It is a fantastic dessert wine.”
“A golden yellow with lemony hues. Intense. Very bright. Intense, complex and powerful aroma in the nose; Hints of acacia flower, sandalwood, candied fruit, elegant and expressive. Ample attack in the palate. Well-balanced in the mouth, silky with a very good acidity. Very long. Dried fig and...”
“Since 1946 Familia Torres has been making Floralis-Moscatel Oro, one of the Mediterraneans most characteristic dessert wines, nectar with an unmistakable floral perfume and a voluptuous and sensual palate. The Greeks called it 'Anathelicon Moschaton' and the Romans 'Apianae', because it attracts...”