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1981 Tokaji Aszú 6 puttonyos

Tokaji Aszú 6 puttonyos
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Year: 1981
Location: Tolcsva
Maturation (Years): 15
Alcoholic Content: 11.8 % vol
Residual Sugar Content: 163 g/l
Acidity: 9.1 g/l
Sugarfree Extracts: 50 g/l
Content: 0.5 l

Contains sulfite.

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93 Points Wine Enthusiast
93 Points Daniel Rogov
91 Points Wine Spectator
91 Points View From The Cellar
17/20 points El Mundo Vini

"Moderately sweet, showing lovely balance and freshness. The apricot, orange, honey and nut-like flavors are sublime, followed by a long, walnut finish. Well made." 93 Points.
Wine Enthusiast (1998)

"Bright orange-gold. Full-bodied. Honey, brown spice and peach flavors. Good, spicy aromas lead to a thick, viscous mouthfeel with high sugar levels giving this an unctuous feel through the finish. Acids are balanced enough to make this very drinkable now, though patience will be rewarded with greater complexity." 91 Points.
Wine Spectator (1998)

"The six puttonyos is a huge step up from the five. Caramel in color, the nose on the six puttonyos is much more complex and nuanced, with scents of caramel, plenty of honey, tea leaves, apricots, grilled nuts and minerals. Deep, long and very complex on the palate, with a fine core of fruit, solid acids, and great grip on the finish. Serious juice." 91 Points.
John B Gilman (1998)

"Aromas of maple syrup and resin. Fat and rich on entry yet dense and compact and with considerable finishing brightness."
Stephen Tanzer (International Wine Cellar, 1999)

"Medium to full bodied, with honeyed passion fruit, orange and spring flower flavors and aromas, with delicate flavors of green tea that come in towards the end, this well balanced, intense and generous wine is drinking nicely now but should cellar comfortably for until 2020 or more. Score 93."
Daniel Rogov

"Great deep golden color, remarkable flavor. Really nice wine -- and quite unusual. Drink by itself or with a strong, hard cheese."

"This too was a hell of a wine. Rich marmalade, caramel and toasted sugar with a nutty contribution. The taste was also very rich, deeply sweet, but still had that characteristic orange zest to keep it from cloying too much. It had layers of caramel with various bits of fruit coming to the fore, but was a heavy, heavy wine..."
David Bates, English winemaker

"Beautiful sweetness, mature roasted almond notes. The richness of this wine is gorgeous, succulent and shows a fascinating sweet and sour combination. Yum."

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