Colour: Golden Sherry
Nose: A trip to the allotments to savour the fresh sugar-snap peas. Sitting on an overcast day eating sugar coated strawberries and drinking a hot chocolate, afterwards making a pot of bramble jam.
Taste: An after Sunday lunch treat, a sweet rhubarb and custard trifle infused with Grannies best gin. Followed by the sherry in Mothers Day fruit chocolate liquers. Pretty mellow all round and smooth for its age.
Finish: Spicy undertones but dissapoints with its lack of warmth, after taste is a regrettable vegtable oil and all round mellow yellow.
Value: a mid-range £47