Yes, that's a wine, not the star of a Mexican soap opera. Normally when people want to go for a dessert wine around this time of year they reach straight for the port. I respect that call, but I'm going to give you something much more interesting: Pedro Ximenez (or PX) is a grape that, when dried out, fermented, and fortified, makes a super-viscous, aromatic, nutty dessert wine that can satisfy both sweet-teeth and wine nerds alike. Leave the heavy molten chocolate cake and go for this after dinner to minimize the wait time before you... um, get into the pool.
Gary Vaynerchuk (@GaryVee) is the co-founder of Winelibrary.com, and the former host of Wine Library TV.