The Goldschatz, Oliver Zeter is an unusual dessert wine which is incredibly exotic, with delicate yellow fruit coupled with hints of nougat, chocolate and coffee.
The story goes that Oliver found this parcel of wine languishing in their cellars and was so impressed by the quality and complexity of it… it’s a blend of different vintages and a mix of grapes you may have heard of.
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