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Chambers Rosewood Grand Muscat

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Winemaker's Notes

Lingering intense smoky fruit and spice flavours with a sweet finish.

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Chambers Rosewood Grand Muscat

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Nick Stock says
The highest pedigree and most elegantly styled Rutherglen muscat has long been the calling card of the Chambers family. This wine balances richness and intensity with fragrance and elegance. Haunting, moist, crushed rose petals and superb, fresh lift. Intense raisiny flavours unfold across the palate, building savoury rancio through the finish. Immaculate!
The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010 2009
James Halliday says
A very appealing balance between freshness and age, with touches of oak, bitter almonds, toffee and some lifted floral, musky notes; the palate is poised, weighty and shows a very pleasant burnt caramel character on the finish; delicious.
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010
Ken Gargett says
The American writer and singer Kinky Friedman, visiting the White House, once offered Bill Clinton a Cuban cigar, which the Prez was obliged to decline because of the embargo. 'Mr President,' said Kinky as he leaned back and cocked his cowboy hat, 'don't think of it as assisting their economy. Think of it as burning their fields.' Well, if you want to assist Kinky in burning Cuban fields, this would be a great match. Brilliant brilliant brilliant.
Don't Buy Wine Without Me 2008 2007
Tyson Stelzer says
From a blend originating in the late 1920s, this is an impressive statement of aged complexity. Such is the stature and maturity of Chambers that it’s fair to consider each of its fortifieds a tier higher than their classification, making this more like a rare in its layers of rancio complexity, roast nuts, bitter dark chocolate and antique sofa. This is skilfully offset with the vibrancy of younger components in the blend, lending fresh orange, luscious raisin and fig paste flavours
Wine Taste Edition 124 2013

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