Thursday, 12 December 2019

Are you ready for Australia's benchmark sweet wine on the rocks?


Dessert wine is usually enjoyed well chilled, but rarely served on the rocks. 

De Bortoli has marked the recent success of its benchmark 2016 vintage Noble One dessert wine with a suggestion that it be enjoyed poured over cubes of ice. 

“Noble One can also be enjoyed in many different ways and one of my favourites is serving it in a whiskey glass on the rocks,” says Leanne de Bortoli, a third-generation family member. 


The 2016 Noble One was named in the Decanter New World Top 10 Sweet Wines, the latest accolade in its 30-year history. 

The botrytis semillon has woe over 150 trophies and 465 gold medals and was the only botrytis semillon recognised by Decanter, the leading British wine publication.

De Bortoli Noble One is one of the sweetest success stories in Australian wine-making history. Developed by Darren de Bortoli in 1982, it continues to set the benchmark for botrytis wines.

“Noble One has been winning hearts and palates for three decades and this latest recognition continues to reinforce Noble One as Australia’s benchmark for sweet white wine,” Darren de Bortoli said.


Noble One is available in major retail outlets. De Bortoli Noble One 375ml - $36.00. De Bortoli Noble One 750ml - $79.00


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