Lustau Moscatel "Emilín"
About the area
Jerez is a mythical centre of viticulture, and it has been so since wine-making was introduced to Iberian Peninsula by the Phoenicians in 1100 BC.
Sherry wine must come from an area known as the sherry-triangle in the province of Cádiz, its three corners being the towns of Jerez, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa María.
Colour between mahogany and golden, Mediterranean dusk.
Complex aromas of candied orange peel, coffee sweets, walnuts and vanilla.
Sweet and tasty in the mouth, good acidity, persistent but not sickly. Walnuts and vegetables come back to nose, with pepper, coconut and lemon candies.
Fleshy, long and delicious.
A great dessert wine, will be excellent with strong cheese like Blue Stilton, Cabrales, Gamoneu or Bergader. Pairing with chocolate or whipped cream desserts, superb.