Dark chocolate brown with an amber and olive hue
Espresso, vino cotto, panforte, old furniture
Date and prune reduction, dark chocolate, coffee roast
The Paramount DP64 Tokay is crafted using the Muscadelle variety, a white grape often regarded as a lesser known (albeit of equal quality) stable mate to Muscat varieties, of which there are many. For nearly 140 years, the Rutherglen region of North-Eastern Victoria has been producing this fortified treasure. With extended ripening on the vine, the resultant fruit is high in natural sugar which is then briefly
fermented and fortified with a neutral spirit, to produce an indulgent and seamless wine. The Paramount DP64 Tokay is a blend of many vintage years, however maintains an average age of 32 years. Remarkably, the Paramount DP64 blend features a small parcel of
vintage-dated Tokay from the 1922 vintage.