De Bortoli Noble One Botrytis Semillon is rightfully considered Australia's premier dessert wine. Lifted apricot marmalade with hints of toffee and fig on the nose lay a path for a palate full of dried apricot and orange blossom honey. An outstounding expression of Botrytis affected wine, and a must have for any cellar!
Starts off the eye-seduction with its bright golden
colour& a lick of lime juice fi nishes the wine's satiny
profi le, though residual honeyed characters roll
around the palate for ages. This brighter styling
suits this impressively decadent wine.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 94 points
Bright yellow-gold; the vast experience of De Bortoli with this style results in a wine with the rich, opulent and sweet fruit balanced by the acidity missing from lesser wines; cumquat, mandarin, honey and vanilla are all part of the package.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 95 points
Brilliant green-gold; has all the luscious intensity expected, ranging through citrus, cumquat and vanilla bean, yet is not over the top. Its best features are its balance, line and extreme length, similar to that of the '02.
Vintage: 2007 Score: 95 points
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