Bach Extrisimo semi-sweet wine Review
4.25 Euros, a 7/10 for us
I’m not a fan of semi-sweet wines. I actually bought this wine by mistake. But maybe that’s ok (have it with cheeses and desserts and not with a meal!)
Masia Bach is a winery in Sant Esteve Sesrovires, a municipality north-west of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. It is made of a mix of Viura grapes (a common grape found in Spanish whites) and Xarel·lo grapes (a grape grown in Catalonia and one of three grapes used in sparkling Cava wines).
Description: Being a semi-sweet wine, the key word is “sweet”. It is too sweet to be a drinking wine. I learned this on opening the bottle and serving it with dinner. We promptly put it away and served it later with desert – and it went perfectly. This wine would also go very well with cheeses. It is a fruity wine with citrus notes and an almost honey finish. Very nice with the right accompaniment.
Value: at 4.25 Euros it is a nice wine to go with desserts and cheeses.
Another opinion on this wine here.