Winemaker NotesGolden yellow in color. On the nose it is amazingly rich, complex, elegant, deep and expressive. It shows unique quality, plenty of dried apricots, honey, papaya and great botrytis character. On the palate is unctuous, smooth and rich, with nice acidity giving the wine a great balance and refreshing edge. Very long, intense and velvety finish.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2011 Late Harvest Muscat has 90 grams of sugar and 7.2 grams of acidity. Limari was traditionally a region for Pisco, which is produced with Muscat grapes. This is harvested mid-August, when the grapes have developed botrytis and there are lots of clouds that encourage the development of the fungus. The nose is dominated by classical botrytis notes of dried apricots, honey and wax with hints of white flowers and tropical fruit with good balance in the palate, the acidity compensating for the sugar, with a distinct bitter finish. A great sweet wine at great price.