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In 1853 Samuel Smith, founder of Yalumba, first began making wines at his Angaston winery from the fruit of vines he started planting in 1849. The production of fortified wines has always been part of that history. Today, Yalumba maintains its reputation for premium quality fortified wines by occasionally releasing very small parcels of show reserve stocks.

 21 Years Old Antique Tawny NV

21 Years Old Antique Tawny NV

Features wood aged rancio, elegant brandy spirit with hints of sweet spices, caramelised toffee and chocolate. Firm, rich middle texture framed by a full creamy structure. A balanced drying finish with persistent aftertaste of honey, dried fruits and caramel flavours linger on the finish.

 50 Year Old Tawny NV

50 Year Old Tawny NV

This outstanding 50 year old wine is deep tawny in colour, with pronounced green edges indicating exceptional wood age. Burnt caramel and spices with lifted etheral aromas contribute to the pungent rancio character developed from many years of maturation in small wood barrels. A showcase wine of exquisite complexity.

 Antique Tawny  NV

Antique Tawny  NV

This outstanding old dessert wine is deep tawny in colour, with an aroma featuring wood aged rancio, elegant brandy spirit and hints of dried fruits and spices. The palate has a firm rich texture, with chocolate and caramel favours and a persistent aftertaste of nuts and rancio characters. The finish is balanced with fine spirit characters producing an excellent drying finish.

 Muscat  NV

Muscat  NV

This luscious dessert wine is deep amber to tawny in colour, with the classic perfumed aroma of the muscat grape - rose petal, ginger and orange peel, with a hint of raisined fruit. The palate has a soft, luscious texture, and is richly flavoured displaying a balance of fruit and aged characters. The finish is full and rich with raisined fruits and spices lingering in the aftertaste.

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