Chambers Rosewood Muscadelle Rutherglen Tokay NV
Chambers Rosewood Vineyards Rutherglen Muscadelle NV (non-vintage) is a Tokay style dessert wine made in Rutherglen, Australia and is 18.5% abv. It is the freshness of aroma, fruit and spirit on the lengthy, flavoursome palate offered by this young wine that provides the introduction of the Muscadelle range from Chambers Rosewood Vineyard.
Chambers Rosewood was established in 1858 and the current winemaker Stephen Chambers is the 6th generation of his family to make wine at Rosewood. Our fortified wines are acclaimed throughout the world and we have an extensive range of red, white and fortifieds which are available for tasting at our rustic cellar door.
I got a bottle of this from Vineyardgate, and it was delicious. The color was quite dark and the flavor was like an excellent madeira. It was not overly sweet, but had a nice smoky, nutty flavor.
External Reviews for Chambers Rosewood Muscadelle Rutherglen Tokay
A rare and delicious dessert wine from Australia; what the Australians call a "sticky". Renowned critic Robert Parker noted, "Chambers Rosewood Vineyards makes my short list of greatest fortified wine producers. The winery was started in 1858 and continues to be owned by the Chambers family. Some of the material for these blends is over 100 years old." The Wine Spectator scored this wine 90 points saying "This sweet wine, almost light and tangy, shows freshness and vitality to its dried pineapple, cherry and tobacco flavors. Finishes with a refreshing zip." On Sale!
A Muscadelle wine from Victoria in Australia. N.V. Chambers Rosewood Vineyards Tokay 375ml
Amber in color, lightly fortified, syrupy sweet and rich with almond, dried apricot, orange peel, coffee and clove flavors, which mingle seductively on the long finish.
The Grand Muscadelle (Tokay) possesses a deep amber color as well as extraordinary concentration, and additional caramel, toffee, fig, prune, and raisin aromas and flavors. This incredibly rich, unctuous, full-throttle offering is never cloying because of its good acidity.