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. — a month ago
Like a bright spring afternoon in a grassy meadow next to a running stream and flowers in bloom...if you’re into that sorta thing — 6 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! — a year ago
Honey, caramel, medium low acidity, really good — a month ago
Purchased en situ at Chambers from Mr. Chambers himself in 1989, soon after RP gave this 100 points. We tasted it from the barrel he bottled it from (there was also an Old Liqueur Muscat, which was equally great). This is a SPECTACULAR dessert wine, intensity and thickness and richness is off the charts, RP absolutely nailed the greatness of this wine, finish lasts forever, PERFECT!! — 8 months ago
Fruity,citrus, marmalade like, not too sweet, with enough sourness, rich. 2013 @1350, Kping - Kping, 200623-200709 — 5 months ago