So, one day in the wine cellar, I discovered this bottle had sprung a leak.  It was stood up and as soon as the opportunity offered itself, the cork was popped.  The wine showed great.  A twenty five year old sweet Muscat from one of the top producers anywhere.  The cork showed it has leaked from two spots.  The wine was deep golden in color.  A lovely nose of canned peaches with some minerals.  Viscous.  Just slightly sweet.  On the palate, this is good, but I had hoped for a bit more depth and complexity.  The peaches come thru.  No real signs of age or oxidation.  Good finish.  Old bottles, especially with bad corks, are a crap shoot.  This was excellent if not at a rarefied level.  Glad to have bought and glad to have opened when I did.  

Grade: 
A-
Score: 
91
Vintage: 
1995
Current Price: 
$150.00USD

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