Surprisely Unknown

Well most people don't even know the different kinds of wine that are available. Apparently other then the more common red and white wine, there is even dessert wines. As common sense will suggest, dessert wines compliment desserts well. Having enriching my knowledge on this "new" wine, I set out to savor this new finding.

Believe it or not. I drank this at MacDonalds.
Outback's corkage fee is $20.
Which cost more then this bottle of wine.

I couldn't find the recommended 2005 Trentham Noble Taminga, thus settled for the 2007 Brown Brothers Orange Muscat & Flora instead. After savoring the forbidden Fruit of Adam. Its definitely something very unique and should be tried if you have not tried dessert wines before. Its rather sweet in term of wine and has this pleasant flora aroma, which a citrus taste. However, it does leave a rather sweet clogging after taste in the throat after drinking it. Still I would recommend it to those who haven't tried it. Something new is something unconquered.



March 13, 2009 at 2:41 AM

Try the Noble One. Have it with fruits or even better, pan seared foie gras. You need to ensure that the wine is properly chilled.


March 15, 2009 at 7:24 PM

Yah. Agreed. But wanted to share it with my friends. Will try it as u suggested. Thanks.