I’m can go on and on about this wine, it’s that exciting, but I wanted to dedicate this piece to their dessert wine, the. I don’t usually like sweet, I hardly ever eat dessert and if I do, it’s because of the wine pairing. You can always get me excited for a good Sauterne; I will of course not say no to a little glass of Chateau Yquem, generally too expensive for any of us commoners. This wine from Portugal isn’t! An amazing top quality alternative for the Yquem lovers who don’t want to spend Yquem money. The Late Harvest 2010 Semillon is of a deep golden colour, it’s beautiful to look at (but not for too long of course). Aromas of honey and wild flowers hit our senses and with the first sip, your mouth is filled with dried fruits, apricots and a little nutty aftertaste. What a pleasure, delicious!
Now that we’ve had the pleasure to enjoy dessert and this fantastic wine it’s time to get to the Café Caleta of Sid. If you still have to drive, don’t! Call a taxi.