This is the artist formerly known as Tokay, which Australia was forced to change in the last few years because of antiquated laws in Europe that declared that we no longer had the naming rights. This resulted in the rather bizarre name of Topaque. Whatever you want to call it, we think it’s just plain delicious with its rich nose of toffee, honey, candied nuts, honey and citrus. The palate is complex and long with rancio and toffee characters combining to create a luscious, warming after dinner style.
Deep golden. Rich aromas of cold tealeaf, toffee, honey and citrus. Intense and mouthfilling. Malt and toffee combine with rancio characters providing a wine of power and complexity with a luscious yet clean finish.