Are you ready? Here comes our first wine test!
Lets begin with the Floralis Moscatel Oro from the Torres family vineyard. -This golden nectarine has been produced on the mediterranean coast since 1946 and its a perfect dessert to enjoy after those extra-heavy dinners, when the only sweet things you are able to enjoy are in liquid form. However, be careful not to drink this stuff too much, as its full of sugar!
When you stick your nose in the glass, you note trough the bouquet the strong alcohol content of the wine (15 per cent) and the über-sweetnes that you get when you add extra sugar. Smelling a bit more, and you note some raisin and prune aromas clearly. Nice.
Also on the palate, the raising flavors dominate. At the moment when you have your mouth full of Floralis, you thank the winemakers for adding that extra sugar, -that hides quite well the strong alcohol taste, that otherwise at this moment would try to creep up your throat and find exit. The more you drink this (I am at the moment already at the end of the first bottle) you start to note some floral aromas and even some old-time parfyme notes.
If you drink this during summer, I would recommend to chill this wine quite a bit, so keep it in the fridge. The nice 50cl size guarantees, that you wont regret finishing the bottle the next morning.
All in all, a nice little dessert wine for those summery moments, could be even combined with some cheese and some jamon serrano. Not bad at all for a bottle that cost only 4 euros.