|Type||Naturally sweet wine|
£16.96/ 0.37 L btl
One of the most famous creators of sweet wines in the world, the Austrian Alois Kracher, offers us this selection of the best Muscatel of Alexandria grapes, presented in a fresh wine with a pleasant texture and long-lasting flavour, which evokes the warmth of Malaga’s sunny south.
What does this wine taste like?
|Straw yellow / Bright|
|Fresh / Higly aromatic / Fresh fruit / Apple / Orange peel / Herbaceous notes / Balsamic notes|
|Concentrated / Oily / Refreshing / Crunchy|
Ratings and awards
|2013||92 PK||95 PN|
|2012||95 PK||95 PN|
Fantastic wine and good service!
The wine is fantastic, I love it! Very, but very sweet - my taste! This wine made me fan of sweet wines, before I didn't drink them, the taste was just not nice... Victoria No 2 made my mind change! Also the service was very good - I received my delivery in England just 5 days (weekend included) after ordering. The wines were very good and carefully packed with a sign "fragile" on every side of the box. I will definitely order soon again!
A dulce worth The Nobel!
Magnificient dulce, that is famous from the Nobel Prize Banquett hosted by The King Of Sweden! Tastes like enlightened suinshine!
He probado diferentes añadas de Jorge Ordóñez Nº 2 Victoria y este vino del ano 2015 es uno de los mejores vinos de Victoria de Ordóñez. Este vino de Moscatel de Alejandría es un rey de los vinos dulces y una corona de buena cena. No necesitas algun otro postre: este vino intensivo es el mejor postre.
Un buen Málaga que uso para el aperitivo.
Un vino dulce generoso, que uso para abrir boca, fantástico para acompañar el aperitivo que anteceda a la comida principal, y para acompañar a los postres.
Good, sweet wine!
My wife likes this sweet wine from Malaga. Test it cold, has good taste, it is medium light and harmonious. Year 2016 was also very good.
Jorge Ordóñez & Co.
Jorge Ordóñez brought out his first wines in 2004, in the Malaga region, right in the heart of the Axarquía, a picturesque area with an uneven pattern to the terrain, where the grapevines do proper balancing acts to ensure their roots take hold on the markedly steep slopes and where it is still not unusual to see a country farmer with his mule on the paths and lanes. Traditionally, this region's grapes were grown for selling as raisins. Until Jorge Ordóñez and Alois Kracher...