20210731 at home. — 10 months ago
Vintage 2016 | Not wine for purists but for bon vivants, I found the Tokay Pinot Gris character barely recognizable. There is a very small quantity made, with one barrel of acacia wood an one barrel of oak wood. That results in a beautiful refined wine that is ultimately harmonious, high acidity, hints of honey and minerals in aftertaste. Tending to Burgundy. Curious ánd lovely. — 3 months ago
One of my all time favorites. So happy I found this in NM. — 9 months ago
Wow, I am in love again - a wonderful mist-to have sweet vine from the Northern Italy - something in between Tokay wine and Austrian sweet wines...
Just a perfect finishing wine for a great day! — 2 years ago
Delicious paired with dark chocolate. Perfect ending to a meal — 3 months ago
See recent notes for the Stanton and Killeen Grand Muscat. This is the Topaque (cannot call it Tokay any more) made from the Muscadelle grape. Like the Grand Muscat the average blended age is 15 to 20 years. Very similar in flavour profile with the Muscat, the latter probably a bit sweeter with more molasses notes. This Topaque is a tiny bit more bitter with caramel, toffee and a lot of liquid raisin character. Thoroughly delicious. These old Rutherglen fortifieds are one of Australia’s gifts to the vinous world. — 2 years ago