This Winter, Maximum Coziness Is an Evening Glass of Sweet Wine - Food & Wine

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"Any great sweet wine—particularly sipped in solitude, in front of a roaring fire on a winter night—qualifies as a vino da meditazione. Maybe some music, maybe just the crackle of burning logs; possibly the snow falling silently outside; no company but your own thoughts and the fluid, shifting taste of the wine.

In 1985, Napa Valley's Far Niente winery launched Dolce, a decadent late-harvest blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon aged for 32 months in French oak barrels. Rich with caramel, honeysuckle, and sweet lemon flavors, it set a benchmark for California dessert wines at the time and still does today."

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