Dessert Wines

Chateau de Jau Muscat de Rivesaltes 2005
For sipping with freshly baked cookies, cakes or pies, look for a dessert wine that offers more than just sugar. ($26)
Churchill's 10 Year Old Tawny
Toffee scented and impressively long on the palate. ($30)
Delaforce Colheita 1986
Remarkably graceful, with a layered finish that lingers for literally minutes. ($33/500 ml.)
Dow's 10 Year Old Tawny
Displays the sort of finesse usually found in older tawnies; an excellent value. ($30)
Fonseca Unfiltered Late Bottled Vintage 2001
Rich and potent, with impressive depth of flavor and excellent balance. ($23)
Graham's 20 Year Old Tawny
Sweet but not overtly sugary, with flavors that echo figs, honey, caramel, and more. ($53)
Sandeman 20 Year Old Tawny
Simultaneously rich and refined, with a fresh acidity that enlivens its dried-fruit flavors. ($55)
Smith Woodhouse Traditional Late Bottled Vintage 1995
Intensely concentrated but at the same time supple, with a light touch in the finish. ($30)
Taylor Fladgate 20 Year Old Tawny
Lush yet still lively, with a deliciously nutty, caramel-tinged character. ($52)

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