This late vendange wine is handpicked berry by berry around the middle of December month as not all the berries reach the noble rot stage which sometimes is very difficult to have in a climate like ours. It is also vinified by the method used in the Sauternes area in France. Its low alcohol content which is very unusual for such wines pays tribute to the continuous research in vinifying techniques acquired by us as we went along. This wine goes very well with foie gras, Roquefort cheese and the very famous Lebanese dish of raw mouton or goat liver and it goes as well on its own as a festive or desert wine. Only 362 bottles in 2008 and 313 bottles in 2009 were vinified. Best served chilled at 8- 10ºC.