Campbells Rutherglen Classic Muscat

This wine really is a must buy, and an excellent example of the exemplary fortified muscats of Rutherglen in north eastern Victoria.  The wine is tawny in colour with a reddish tinge.  

Its aroma is a pronounced intensity expression of a riot of raisins and nuts.  Its palate stands out even more with medium to long length of flavour, raisins, caramel and nuts, its luscious sweetness demanding further attention.  An excellent wine that will not fail to please, at a price that is extremely fair for its high quality.  94 points

Abv: 17.5%
Price: $44
Source: sample
Tasted: January 2012
January 16, 2012

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