Tastes like: Turkish Delight and Nanna's fruit cake. Aromatic rose petal with notes of ginger dried fig and sticky raisins.
Goes with: Muscat and raisin ice cream or a chocolate panna cotta with rosewater syrup.
Average age: The Rutherglen range is blended from several vintages with an average age of two to four years. It is the youngest and freshest tier of the four classifications: Rutherglen, Classic, Grand and Rare.
Cellaring: We’ve done the hard work in the winery by ageing in old fortified barrels. Once bottled, no further ageing will occur, so we recommend you enjoy within a year or two of purchase. It’s freshest within the first few weeks of opening the bottle and won’t “go off”.
What are fortified wines? Still keen to learn more about how fortifieds are made and about the four-tier classification system? Read our guide here. We also sell a fabulous range of home barrels and blending fortifieds for people who want to develop their own unique blend.
- Gold: Ballarat Wine Show, 2019
- Silver: International Wine & Spirits Competition, 2018
- Silver: Decanter World Wine Awards, 2018
- Silver: Rutherglen Wine Show, 2017
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