Yalumba "Antique Rare" Museum Reserve 50-Year Tawny Port New South Wales (375ml)

SKU #1189104 96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Medium brown colored with a slightly green rim, the NV Museum Reserve 50 years Old Tawny Port presents a fragrant earthy character on the nose with notes of earth, old barn planks and underbrush over roasted brazil nuts, praline, treacle, baklava, and cassia. Not overly sweet and with very crisp acid it has lots of complex layers, finishing long and nutty. Love it. It’s designed to drink now. (LPB)  (12/2010)

94 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Deep amber color. A wild, exotically perfumed bouquet exudes toffee, orange peel, caramel, toasted nuts and cherry pit, with a spicy topnote. Sweet, penetrating and impressively lithe for its sweetness, offering intense toffeed apple, fig paste and caramel flavors along with a touch of gingerbread. Closes with excellent clarity and length, leaving smoke, toffee and cinnamon notes behind.  (8/2013)

92 points Wine Spectator

 Dark and complex, sweet and tangy, with an open texture framing the grapefruit-tinged cherry, black coffee, walnut and dusky spice flavors. Shiraz, Mourvèdre, Grenache and Muscadelle. Drink now.  (8/2014)

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