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NV Yalumba Museum Muscat Barossa (half bottle)
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NV Yalumba Museum Muscat Barossa (half bottle)

Producer: Yalumba
Style: Sweet Wine
Grape Type: Muscat
Origin: Australia
Region: Barossa Valley

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92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Think orange chocolate carmel...
08/19/2006
by Jorray
...as you sink into a thick lounge chair on a cold evening. A bright citrusy. orange nose and flash in the thick carmel sweetness. Finish lasts and lasts. Very nice, surprising, distinctive and well-liked by everyone. Remarkable deal too. More reviews at spiritofwine.blogspot.com
Best-value, intense Muscat
04/07/2007
by Lewis12288002
An intense, dessert-substitute Muscat. I agree it could benefit from a touch more acidity. Displays a wide range of raisiny fruits and candies, a hedonist's delight at fantastic value. Sip very slowly, and enjoy.
Great QPR dessert wine
12/09/2005
by Phyll
It doesn't have enough acidity, yet it's not cloyingly sweet. Quite awesome and satisfying for after dinner!
12/03/2005
by reynolcm
Great desert wine. Very sweet and syruppy, with lots of apricot adn heavy, complex flavors. Sip slowly.
Excellent
11/12/2002
by lrp10930
Sweet,but full of flavor, lovely evening sipping
12/13/2005
by Jeffreys11847289
entirely too sweet
Too syrupy
10/11/2006
by aeolian
I didn't find this wine to be light and sweet like other muscats I enjoy. I would not recommend it.

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Muscat

One of the more versatile white wine grapes, Muscat is grown around the world for use in use in light and dry wines, low-alcohol sparkling wines, and sweet, late-harvest wines. Its proliferation around the world (and especially around the Mediterranean) leads us to conclude that Muscat was one of the first...
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