"A beautiful fortified wine. It is called Ratafia as the same method (13th century!) was used for preserving meat. Instead of salt (meat) the fruit juice was preserved. It is a Soléra as different vintages are used in a gradual way, like Madeira and Port. This resembles the taste: is like a very old mature Vintage Champagne. Packed with aromas of roasted nuts, berry fruits and spices, and a full-bodied palate of stewed stone fruit, grapes and candied orange peel. A perfect balance between sweet and acidity. This would be delicious sipped over ice with dessert."
"A toasty rosé Champagne, with a lively bead and mouthwatering acidity providing a fine, balanced frame for the well-spiced flavors of white raspberry, cherry, candied kumquat and brioche."
90 points - James Suckling