(2012) This 50cl of non-vintage sweet wine comes in a tall elegant bottle, and whilst the name suggests otherwise, it is apparently a blend of Plyto, Dafni, Vidiano and Vilana grapes, dried in the sun for nine days and aged for one year in new oak barrels. The colour is a deep, burnished gold and the nose is an intriguing amalgam of glycerine and herbs, with fat lemony fruit and edges of caramelised orange or apricot. On the palate that honey and glycerine character is there, and this does have a mellow, rich fruitiness, but it is medium-bodied rather than heavy, and the clarity of the citrus fruit and acidity is good. More honey and a touch of buttered toast fill out the finish, but the low alcohol (11.5% ABV) and core of acid keep it fresh.