Tasting notes: This fortified wine is made from 100% Muscat de Frontignan. It pairs well with cheese, especially blue and other aged cheeses.
Also the perfect dessert companion – particularly with delicious rich chocolate, or strawberries and ice cream or dark chocolate mousse. It is always best to end a fine meal with Badsberg Red Muscadel, especially in the winter in front of the fireplace on a chilly evening.
An interesting tidbit: Badsberg’s scenic location in a nature conservancy is consistent with the choice of their front label emblem – the protected March flower, whose flowering coincides with the ripening of hanepoot, a crucial component of their stellar Natural Sweet.
On the nose: offers classical floral muscadel, raisins and tea leaf on the nose.
On the palate: the tea leaf and raisin flavour follows through on the palate with a signature sweet but balanced slipperiness.