From one of Australia's most celebrated fortified producers, this is a great example of the style. Some burnt citrus and caramel flavours make it a lovely way to end the evening.
Mahogany, with an olive rim; aromas of Christmas cake and tea; incredibly viscous and rich, with layer upon layer of flavours ranging through ginger snap, burnt butterscotch, and every imaginable spice, the length and depth of the palate is as extraordinary as is that of the aftertaste. Released in tiny quantities each year which maintain the extreme average age of each release. 500 ml.
Vintage: NV Score: 96 points
Epic potency and consummate balance make this a profound bargain of the wine world. Raisins, rancio, tea leaves and apricots, then powerful dried figs, prunes, roast hazelnuts, raisins and Christmas spices. The finish lingers for minutes, playing through its repertoire of complexity in ever-deeper grandeur.
Vintage: NV Score: 99 points
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