Vin Doux Naturel
Vins doux naturels (naturally sweet wines) are fairly common in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. They're produced using a technique called mutage that dates back to the 13th century: the winemaker stops all of the sugar turning to alcohol by adding grape spirit during the fermentation process.
These sweet wines are often made using white Muscat or red Grenache grapes, although other grapes such as Alicante Bouschet and Maccabeu are also used.
Château Prieuré du Monastir del Camp 1961$265.00View
Château Sisqueille 1874$1,620.00View
Château Viranel ‘Gourmandise’$42.00View
Domaine de la Viguerie 1979$145.00View
Domaine La Sobilane 1948$429.00View
Domaine La Sobilane 1949$415.00View
Domaine La Sobilane 1959$325.00View