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R.L. Buller & Son Calliope Museum Release Rutherglen Rare Liqueur Tokay (375ml)
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- ABV 18%
- Closure: Cork
A wonderful old Tokay. Deep brown colour showing great concentration, with its age being reflected by a deep green olive film. Superb nose of molasses, treacle, raisins and honey, supported by a refined spirit end note. The palate is very viscous – a concentrate of liquid caramel and toffee, infused with wild red gum honey. Totally mouth filling with a very long toffee, raisin honey aftertaste.
Drink now (2002)
Additional notes sourced from R.L. Buller & Son...
This wine is the winner of numerous medals and awards including trophies for "Best Fortified Wine of Competition" at the 1996 Victorian Wines Show and the 1996 Sydney International Wine Competition.
Rutherglen Tokay (along with its cousin, Rutherglen Muscat) is a unique style, acclaimed internationally. Bullers are fortunate to have access to stocks of the very old material which forms the basis of this blend."Deep brown ochre colour with a yellow edge. Very positive tokay nose, quite classic.An outstanding wine, even majestic. Intensely rich. Very fresh, in relative terms, and will keep for years. Very fine depth and length. This was a great wine." - (David Molyneux-Beffy, U.K. judge at the 1996 Sydney International Wine Competition.)size>
Robert Parker's Review
The prodigious, dark amber-colored Calliope Rare Tokay boasts colossal aromatics and flavors of melted caramels, coffee, toffee, candied fruits marinated in cognac, magnificent richness, and a huge finish that lasts over 70 seconds.
(Notes sourced from Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate #155)
ROBERT PARKER'S RATING: 100 points