Stanton & Killeen Rutherglen Topaque
Deep orange-copper in colour with aromas of quince jelly, cumquats and dried fruit. The palate has notes of zesty lemon and Seville orange peel and butter menthol which combine to reveal a very silky mouthfeel and long finish.
Until the Hungarians joined the EU this was traditionally called Tokay. This was based on the belief that it was produced using the Furmint grape responsible for Hungary's most noble Tokaji wines. It has since been discovered, through DNA testing, that the grape responsible for Topaque is actually Muscadelle.