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Moscatel Toneles NV

Colour: White
Vintage: NV
Appellation: Jerez
100

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Valdespino, Moscatel Toneles NV

100
 
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Bottle (37.5cl)
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Original Cardboard Case
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£153.00
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Case (6 x 37.5cl)
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Original Cardboard Case Non-pristine
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Valdespino, Moscatel Toneles NV

100
£3,060 Loose bottle(s) and 6 pack case(s) available
 
CONDITION
STATUS
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Bottle (37.5cl)
CONDITION
Original Cardboard Case
STATUS
Duty Paid
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In Stock
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£127.50
5 Bottle(s) Available
BIX Broking
BIX (Broking) means that this wine is part of a cellar or private collection stored with Bordeaux Index, this wine is as simple to purchase as any other and could be listed because the owners bought too much or their tastes have changed
CONDITION
STATUS
ETA
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Case (6 x 37.5cl)
CONDITION
Original Cardboard Case Non-pristine
STATUS
In-Bond
ETA
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£765.00
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Tasting Notes and Scores

100

Wine Advocate

The NV Moscatel Toneles has reached a mythical status locally in Spain. It’s an extremely old, concentrated and powerful sweet wine that was long forgotten, because there was no market for it. The color is dark brown, almost opaque with amber-green edges. The ever-changing nose is an explosion of spices (curry and cinnamon) and noble woods, and from the sheer concentration it displays a myriad of roasted coffee, dark chocolate, balsamic herbs and even a note of coconut. After some time in the glass the roasted orange notes of Muscat come back intermixed with very spicy incense notes. Give it more time and it smells of camphor. It’s fascinating to smell it over the course of a few hours - even days. The palate is immensely concentrated, with the alcohol perfectly integrated and the extreme sweetness compensated by a piercing acidity that reminds me of some century-old Madeiras. It ends with an acute coffee note. The aftertaste is eternal. It is exceptional that such an old wine (it could be over 80 years of average age) keeps the freshness and balance, but when this happens, the wine is exceptional. A world-class sweet wine that shows what aged Muscat is able for. With its 430 grams of residual sugar, this wine is indestructible, but only 100 bottles are withdrawn and bottled yearly from a single, large cask. Drink 2013-2034. Luis Gutierrez (Wine Advocate #208, Aug 2013)

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