I suspect I’ve mentioned the Campbell’s Rutherglen Muscat previously, however I’ve just read a Wine Selector’s review that backs my comments so I’ll add it to the blog:

“This is a fantastic style for the end of a meal and would be a perfect accompaniment to some King Island Endeavour Blue. Bright amber gold in appearance, it has lovely fesh raisin fruit aromas backed by a hint of grape spirit and aged oak characters. The palate displays luscious, mouthfilling raisin fruit, honeyed toast with amazing lingering, flavor persistance.”

I try to always have a few bottles in the cellar. It is a very easy wine to find and is available at most liquor outlets but it’s always nice to have some in the cellar!