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Gold medal winning wine.
If you've got pudding to match, or need a wine to match with blue cheese, try this one for size.
The bottle might be small but the flavours are huge: apricot, honey and peach all wrapped in luscious sweetness.
Made by De Bortoli, one of Australia's very best producers of sweet wines.
This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 3 years
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Susy Atkins - Stella, Sunday Telegraph 21/12/2014
Of the 2009 vintage, Susy Atkins said: "Superb value, a "sticky" (Aussie for sweet wine) that's deep golden and rich with ripe peaches, with a rounded, smooth and lingering finish of butterscotch and greengages."
Jane MacQuitty - Weekend, The Times 07/03/2015
Of the 2009 vintage, Jane MacQuitty said: “Up another notch, is a gorgeous pudding wine, the lemon and mint-liked 2009 finest* Dessert Semillon.”
Matthew Jukes - The Daily Mail 11/12/2015
Of the 2009 vintage, Matthew Jukes said: “This is the second wine in my list which is made by de Bortoli (even though it doesn’t parade this fact on the label). At six years old this is one of the most remarkable wines of the season because the depth of sweetness and level of excellence here is second to none. De Bortoli makes Australia’s most revered sweet Semillon called Noble One – this five pound sweetie is very much related to this iconic wine!”
Kirsty Nutkins - Saturday Magazine, Daily Express 16/04/2016
Of the 2009 vintage, Kirsty Nutkins said: “While the bottle might seem small, the flavours are huge, with strong notes of apricot, honey and peach.”
De Bortoli Wines is a 3rd generation Australian family wine company established by Italian emigrants Vittorio and Giuseppina De Bortoli in 1928. Their son Deen (1936 - 2003) expanded and consolidated the business and now his children have established De Bortoli's reputation for premium wine including icon dessert wine Noble One. Italian family values remain core; there is a culture of hard work, generosity of spirit and of sharing good food, good wine and good times with family and friends.
The Riverina region enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate with winter dominant rainfall. Sandy loam soils vary in colour and structure from red sandy earths to brown clay loams. The Bilbul winery in the Riverina is the birthplace of icon dessert wine Noble One, developed by Darren De Bortoli in 1982 which since its release has been awarded 117 trophies and 376 Gold medals. Climatic conditions allow the development of 'noble rot' to occur, providing the opportunity to make complex sweet white wines.