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Campbells Merchant Prince Muscat

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Cracka Review

Rich, deep brown with olive green rim. Intense raisin fruit with nutty rancio complexity, which only comes from very lengthy maturation in oak casks.

The ultimate in intensity. Raisined sweetness explodes on the front of the palate. Complex nutty flavours flow through the full length of the palate and the drying tannin finish lingers for many minutes.

This wine may be enjoyed with coffee and petit fours, or the richest chocolate, however its myriad of flavours and lingering palate warrant enjoying it on its own.

Winemaker's Notes

Rich, deep brown with olive green rim. Intense raisin fruit with nutty rancio complexity, which only comes from very lengthy maturation in oak casks.

The ultimate in intensity. Raisined sweetness explodes on the front of the palate. Complex nutty flavours flow through the full length of the palate and the drying tannin finish lingers for many minutes.

This wine may be enjoyed with coffee and petit fours, or the richest chocolate, however its myriad of flavours and lingering palate warrant enjoying it on its own.

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Campbells Merchant Prince Muscat

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James Halliday says
Dark brown, with olive-green on the rim; particularly fragrant, with essency, raisiny fruit; has an almost silky viscosity to the intense flavours which flood every corner of the mouth, but yet retains elegance.
Australian Wine Companion 2009 2008
96
Ken Gargett says
Yep—it really is that good. But we Aussies insist on treating the great muscats and tokays of Rutherglen as oddities rather than accepting that they are simply some of the most spectacularly good wines on the planet. Yes, that is a fair whack of one's hard-earned; but if it were French, we'd pay triple and think we got a bargain. Settle back with a glass of this and a big cigar (or not) and take a sip. You'll still taste it five minutes later.
Don't Buy Wine Without Me 2008 2007
99
Matt Skinner says
While there are many terrific, not to mention cheaper, examples of fortified wine on the market, few will manage to leave an impression on you quite like this. A mahogany colour and thick, syrupy appearance leads to a deep, exotic nose of dried fruit, mocha, rancio, spice and spirit Ð a wine that delivers style and complexity well beyond comprehension, and as close to fortified perfection as you will taste. Drink it with someone special.
Matt Skinner's Wine Guide 2011
Nick Stock says
The prince is more like the king when it comes to Rare Rutherglen Muscat _ this dense and complex raisin-soaked liqueur has deeply woven, complex dark chocolate and dark grilled nuts, toasted spice and burnt caramel. The texture is entrancing, thick, soft and luscious; you lose yourself in this one and needless to say it s very long on the palate.
Good Wine Guide 2013
97

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