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Why we should all be drinking South African right now
Shy nose; what were orange flowers on the 2012 (the wine that preceded this one in our line-up) have changed here to zest of orange and other candied peel. The mouthwatering acidity on the palate persists, with citrus-flavoured caramel and fine contrast of salinity. It’s an extraordinary wine that takes over the entire sensory area, the palate, sinus, nose: it’s a wine you experience rather than merely taste. So accomplished.
Wine Club O Collection
Vin de Constance: the world’s greatest sweet wine
Vin de Constance is a seductive delight, as Adam Lechmere discovered at a rare vertical tasting
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