Dark gold in colour, with an intensely perfumed nose with all the aromas associated with botrytised wines, including marmalade and dried apricots. On the palate, it is rich and sweet, with notes of apricots. The finish is very clean and refreshing.
Noted as one of the `greatest wines made in South Africa` by acclaimed wine writer John Platter and highly rated at Veritas, this intensely sweet port style wine is a tribute to the tradition of Robertson`s winemaking roots.
The passionate and innovative young winemaker Pascal Cuisset owns this beautiful Dordogne estate, south west of the town of Bergerac. His rich and concentrated dessert wine from the neighbouring village of Saussignac, is made from Semillon and Chenin grapes affected by noble rot and aged in barrel for 15 months.