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R.L. Buller & Son Calliope Museum Release Rutherglen Rare Liqueur Muscat (375ml)
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- ABV 18.5%
- Closure: Cork
Another amazing wine from Buller’s – Very deep sienna brown colour with very deep olive green hue. Aroma of honey, caramel and old, dried crushed raisins. Rich luscious totally mouth filling palate, with flavours of toffee, caramel, honey and raisins, followed by warm, but gently assertive brandy spirit. Excellent length and concentration, followed by a very long aftertaste of honey, toffee and brandy spirit.
Drink now (2002) or as long as you can keep your hands off it
Additional notes sourced from R.L. Buller & Son...
Rutherglen Muscat has been described by the American wine guru, Robert Parker, as "one of the world's great dessert wines". The Bullers' Museum Release Rare Muscat has staked its claim to be considered among, if not the, best of this classic style.
"Very dark tawny amber colour with yellow green edges, showing great age. Fabulous aged maturity on the nose; very rancio. Very complex palate showing nutty muscaty malty characters; incredibly complex, huge intensity, monumental power and lusciousness." (Huon Hooke, commenting at tile 1994 Sydney International Wine Competition). 375ml bottle.size>
Robert Parker's Review
The Calliope Rare Muscat’s light amber color is followed by an intoxicating fragrance that includes scents of prunes, figs, maple syrup, molasses, and gobs of fruit. The glycerin is extraordinary, the acid level provides freshness and definition, and the finish lasts over a minute.
(Notes sourced from Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate #155)
ROBERT PARKER'S RATING: 96 points