Yalumba "Museum Reserve" Antique Tawny (375ml)

SKU #1026670 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The Non-Vintage Museum Reserve Antique Tawny is medium amber-colored with aromas of ginger, figs and dates. Intense, ripe, and very sweet, it will finish off your meal in style. (JM)  (12/2009)

91 points Wine Spectator

 Dark and smoky, sweet but not syrupy, this features coffee, chocolate, walnut, and hazelnut flavors that linger effortlessly. Touriga, Muscadelle, Tinta Molle, Tinta Cão, Shiraz, Grenache, and Mourvèdre.  (4/2012)

90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Burnt orange with a yellow rim. Aromas of spices, grilled nuts, orange peel and musky earth evoke Tokaji. Firm and dry-edged in the mouth, with focused apricot pit and walnut flavors. The long, mineral-inflected finish is dry and bracing. (JR)  (11/2005)

90 points Wine & Spirits

 Layered flavors of black walnuts, raisins, coffee and toasted caramel provide this wine with complexity to match its considerable sweetness. Serve it with a fig tart.  (2/2008)

Wine Enthusiast

 A pale tawny in color, this complex sweet wine features notes of honey, fig, and citrus. It’s silky in texture, even if the alcohol does show through a bit on the finish.  (2/2011)

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