1958 Cossart Gordon Bual Madeira (Previously $450)

SKU #1281077 Jancis Robinson

 Bottled 2006. Nut brown. Nutty, woody and spicy, just a hint of caramel. Rich with Christmas cake spice and fruit on the palate and aged bitter marmalade. Immensely fresh and long and quite warming on the finish. 17.5/20 points (JH)  (10/2011)

Wine Spectator

 The caramel aroma is high in tone and suggests grass and sage, followed by a burnt treacle flavor. The obvious sweetness is balanced by racy acidity, keeping the whole package lively and focused. (BS)  (4/1999)

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