Campbells Merchant Prince is quite simply an Australian treasure. With a habit of picking up 100 point scores the world over, this delicious classic is a lovely dark brown colour, quite fragrant, with raisin tones. It has a smooth viscosity and intense flavours.
As with the Isabella Topaque, is more viscous and more luscious than its peers, with the most complex array of flavours adding to the usual raisin, burnt toffee and hints of tar. 375 ml.
Vintage: NV Score: 97 points
Dark Amber in color (sic), this is complex and wonderful, with exquisite balance, richness, depth and length, finishing on a note of amazing finesse and delicacy for such a sweet, complex wine. Demands another sip.
Vintage: NV Score: 100 points
Source: Wine Spectator USA
Quality and balance are more important to Colin Campbell than numbers, so he doesn t track the exact age of his oldest muscat. It must be monumental, because there are flavours and aromas here that hark back to a bygone era. It s transported beyond toffee, fig jam and marmalade, to an age of savoury black olives and old, dusty tractor shed aromas. In the midst of this historical odyssey, it retains impeccable poise and balance. The intensity and depth on display here are an epiphany.
Vintage: NV Score: 98 points
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