White Dessert Wines
Also indexed as:Late Harvest Wine, Ice Wine, Fortified Wine, Noble Rot Wine
A broad category of sweet wines produced from white varietals whose main function is to serve either as or with dessert. These are produced in many styles from a range of varietals around the world.
Flavors will depend on many factors although there are some general similarities. Lighter style examples often have floral apricot, ripe peach, and honeysuckle flavors with notes of orange peel, lemon curd, and mild spice. Richer or older examples can also offer notes of dried fruit, nuts, marmalade, and toffee.
Although most of these are a dessert by themselves, there are some classic pairings.
Meringue, fruit salad, cookies, and tarts (apple, pear, or lemon).
Fruit tarts, crème brulée, creamy blue cheeses, nuts, foie gras, and biscotti.
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