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Campbells Rutherglen Tokay

375 ml.


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Where it's produced

North East Victoria

What's in the Bottle

100% Tokay

Product Details

375 ml.
Item #:
12 bottles

Campbells Rutherglen Tokay  NV / 375 ml.

Ratings Key:

  • SP Wine Spectator
  • WE Wine Enthusiast
  • VN Vinous
  • RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
  • ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
  • OT Other Review Service
  • Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
  • Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
  • * as rated by our staff

Published Reviews

95 pts.:

Bright, amber cast. Moderately full-bodied. Balanced acidity. Moderately extracted. Dates, tea, olives, caramel. Perfumed and exotically aromatic, with a rich and unctuous palate feel. Shows fine intensity and length. Powerful without being overbearing or cloyingly sweet.

94 pts.: December, 2006

Displaying a lighter amber hue than the Muscat, the non-vintage Tokay is more elegant, not as sweet (205 grams of residual sugar per liter), but unctuous, long, and fragrant, revealing hints of Chinese black tea, toffee, and marmalade. This cuvee is based on 20–25-year old soleras.

93 pts.: August, 2003

The heady, light amber-colored non-vintage Tokay (Muscadelle) is pure marmalade and molasses offered in an unctuously-textured style. Justifiably renowned for their tremendous dessert wines, Campbell’s four cuvees all performed impressively well, making one wonder if the price difference between the regular and rare offerings is really worth it. Certainly there is a bit more complexity and intensity to the Rare Tokay and Rare Muscat, which emerge from a solera system averaging 60 years of age. In any event, the tasting notes for all four wines are nearly identical to any of the great Australian fortifieds, such as Buller, Chambers Rosewood, etc.

93 pts.: August, 2008

The Non-Vintage Rutherglen Tokay is a bit less sweet but equally compelling with its thick, rich, honey, marmalade and toffee flavors.

93 pts.: October, 2004

The non-vintage Tokay (Muscadelle) reveals a lighter amber color in addition to burnt/roasted notes of camphor, scorched earth, prunes, figs, caramel, and marmalade. Its full-bodied sweetness is beautifully balanced by acidity.

92 pts.: October, 2002

The light amber-colored non-vintage Tokay (Muscadelle) easily conceals its 17.5% alcohol behind abundant quantities of Chinese Black Tea, molasses, maple syrup, and honeyed fruit. Long, complex, and extremely aromatic, it should be drunk over the next 4–5 years. This is a remarkable effort with levels of texture and richness that must be tasted to be believed.

91 pts.: March 31, 2008

Sweet and fragrant with rose petal and strawberry, picking up lots of almond and cashew notes as the finish persists impressively. Muscadelle. Drink now.

91 pts.: May 31, 2010

This is sweet and silky, with a light feel to the texture and gorgeous apricot, orange marmalade and date-nut bread flavors, lingering on the polished finish. Muscadelle. Drink now.

90 pts.: February, 2000

There is no question that this wine is a terrific buy. It is loaded with fruit, unctuous, sweet, and already complex, stunning aromatics. Moreover, it will keep for decades. This sensational offering is among the treasures of Australia.

90 pts.: Sep/Oct 2009

Bright amber. Spicy orchard fruit and membrillo aromas are complemented by notes of brown butter and dried orange peel. Creamy but energetic, offering cinnamon-spiked apple and pear flavors and a gentle smokiness. Finishes with gentle lift, echoing spiciness and a clinging toffee note.

90 pts.: Jul/Aug 2010

Deep amber with a bright rim. Spicy aromas of gingerbread, baked apple and toffee, plus a subtle floral quality and a touch of white pepper. Surprisingly lively for such a sweet wine, with good lift to its candied pit fruit and spicecake flavors. Clings nicely on the finish, leaving sweet toffee and date notes behind.

90 pts.: June, 2010

Possessing a pale amber color, the NV Tokay has intense grape juice and sultana aromas with supporting notes of fig paste and manuka honey. The palate is thick and sweet with enough refreshing acidity to provide lift into the long finish.

89 pts.: November 30, 2006

Sweet, pale and almost Sherry-like in color. Not as rich and dark as some versions, with pretty spice and light cherry flavors that sing delicately through the generous finish. Drink now.

89 pts.: December 15, 2007

For a fortified wine with a light amber hue, this is wonderfully fresh and citrusy, with aromas and flavors of marmalade and bergamot. Honeyed, toffee-like notes add depth, with the richness of the wine brought home by the slightly viscous finish.

87 pts.: Jul/Aug 2004

Full orange color. Idiosyncratic noise shows game, maple syrup, celery and exotic herbs, plus a slight rancio character. Then fat and thick, with powerful if rather simple orange peel flavor. Supersweet to the point of cloying, with a suggestion of Pedro Ximenez sherry. Finishes very sweet and a bit warm.