Bethany Late Harvest Riesling
Late harvest styles of dessert wine are more versatile because they remain lighter than their Botrytis brothers. The Bethany shows some delicious sweetness with a lovely tingle of Riesling fruit acid.
Frogmore Creek Iced Riesling
Made with a nod to the great wines of Germany and Austria, this bright sweet Riesling based wine is loaded with orange zest, lemon blossom. Luscious, sweet stone fruit and ripe apple flavours linger indefinitely, nourished by characteristic cool climate mineral acid. Perfectly matched with Lemon Curd tarts.
Brown Brothers Patricia Late Harvest Noble Riesling
Widely regarded as Australia's premier dessert wine the Brown Brothers Patricia displays a wonderfully complex array of honey, orange marmalade and underlying citrus elements. A clear standout in its field.
Hollick The Nectar
Hollick of Coonawarra is a family owned winery known for their exceptional value table wines. The Nectar is a lovely example of Botrytis Riesling. Luscious sweetness and fine racy acidity make this the perfect partner to tour favourite desserts.
Heggies Botrytis Riesling
Heggies Botrytis Riesling is sourced from high quality Riesling vineyards high up in the Eden Valley. Slightly wet and humid conditions in 2011 allowed for the onset of Botrytis in the vineyard and an intensity of flavour that continues right through the palate.
Schloss Vollrads Auslese Botrytis Riesling
This beautiful Auslese Riesling from the ancient winery of Schloss Vollrads shows fresh apricot/ violet/honey aromas and flavours, lovely viscosity and minerality. Finishing beautifully long and sweet, this wine is superb as a dessert wine or as an apéritif.