News from the cellar: Mediteran
His name is the play of two words: “Med” (honey) and Teran (indigenous grape variety), which signifies they are the parents. This aromatized wine is a lovely dessert wine. Nose is rich with dry herbs, dry black fruit and honey. Tannins on the palate are soft. Impression in the mouth is crowned by a note of bitterness.
Some will enjoy it on its own, well cooled, after the meal. Others might pair it with chocolate based desserts.