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A rich wood aged dessert wine showing vibrant colour with intense ripe Muscat grapes aromas. The smooth and rich flavours show considerable lusciousness from both retained sweetness and fruit intensity.
Despite our festive season falling in summer, it's a great time to enjoy Australia's outstanding fortified wines. They're ideal with all sorts of Christmas treats, and ou can give them a light chill without destroying their luscious personalities. This example, made from red frontignac grapes in the Riverina region in south-western NSW, is an extraordinary bargain. The nose offers spice, toffee, raisined muscatel and light vanillan notes, ahead of a mellow, lusciously sweet palate with deep Turkish delight-like flavours that last long and mellow. Yum.
Vintage: Non Vintage Score: 4 stars
Source: Epicure - The Age
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