Tio Pepe is a five-year-old Fino. Due to the fact that the flor protects Tio Pepe from oxygen it has been able to maintain a pale golden yellow color. On the nose sharp yet elegant aromas of the yeast from the flor balanced with almond notes typical of the Palomino variety. On the palate completely dry with reminders of almonds, green olives, green apple and a slightly bitter note on the finish. Serve very chilled with toasted almonds, seafood and fish.
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There is no universal definition of a dessert wine, but most of them share the characteristics of being sweet with a higher alcohol content and typically enjoyed at the end of the meal. A few examples of dessert wines include fortified wines like port and sherry as well as ice wines, late harvest wines, and noble rot wine.
A good dessert wine for beginners is moscato. This Italian sweet wine boasts a variety of fruit flavors like apricots and peach and is slightly fizzy.
Moscato is typically a sweet wine and usually served during the dessert portion of a meal or after the dinner.