Strangely enough, many people don’t like dessert or sweets! Shocking, right? But we like to believe that everyone has a sweet spot they like to indulge in. Imagine life without eating a hot chocolate sundae or brownie? Even thinking about it is ridiculous, isn’t it? Well, we think so too. That’s why we believe in the idea of serving dessert wines as a very successful substitute. Sparkling dessert wines seem to be the favorite amongst the lot, so far. If you love prosecco and champagne, you will definitely enjoy this type. Millennials especially love this wine. Partly because it gives them another reason to be drunk of course! But seriously, who doesn’t love some bubbly? We definitely recommend this sweet concoction to everyone. Once you get a hang of the sweet taste, you will definitely want to savor this wine! So don’t waste any time grabbing this wine, and start educating yourself on the same!
St John Commandaria Cypriot Dessert Wine
A Cypriot wine with history, named after the 11th-century Knights of St John who it seems were fans. A sweet, oaky and richly fruity dessert wine.
St George Ecclesiastical Commandaria Keo Dessert Wine
St George is a fruity dessert wine, made from sun-dried grapes on the island of Cyprus.
Saracco Pouderoux 2017 Dessert Wine
This sweet red wine from France has lots of dark fruits and licorice notes and is a fantastic pairing with any chocolate dessert.
Pelee Island Vidal Ice Wine 2011 Dessert Wine
Pelee Island is the southernmost winery in Canada. This luscious wine boats of notes of honey, apricots, and peaches.