Current Release Dessert Wines
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The 2013 Revelation is rich, the nose is juicy and smells like a basket of red fruit and fruit pie spices. Candied red apple covered in chocolate and caramel is a high note, followed by hints of blackberries, red licorice, and pomegranate. The Revelation is literally mouth coating, which contributes to the continually lingering cherry flavor of this wine.
The 2011 Revelation starts out with notes of vanilla and marshmallow. Strawberry is the dominant fruit on the nose and carries through to the palate. The mouth feel is supple and explodes on the mid-palate into a rich and viscous core leading into the lengthy finish. Flavors of cherries, strawberries, and cream dominate the palate and continue through the finish.