1972 Tokaji Aszú 6 puttonyos

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Year: 1972
Location: Tolcsva
Maturation (Years): 21
Alcoholic Content: 12.5 % vol
Residual Sugar Content: 164 g/l
Acidity: 7.6 g/l
Sugarfree Extracts: 52.6 g/l
Content: 0.5 l

Contains sulfite.

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tasting notes:
"Palate: Dense, bold, full-bodied, perfect acidity. After 60 minutes in the glass it became better and better. 18.5/20 points."
Sigi Hiss, wine writer, tokaji.ch

"Complex, layered with dried mango and sweet floral notes. Elegant and beautiful to enjoy now. 95 points."
Jeannie Cho Lee, asianpalate.com (07/2014)

"This bottle was everything one should look for in a mature Tokay. Extremely concentrated, deep and rich, sweet yet with enough (citric) acidity to make it feel fresh. Superb!!! Buy more? Yes. 18/20; Outstanding."
Yak Shaya's Wine Pages, www.yakshaya.com (1998)

"An old-style Aszú, but delicious and creamy. Dark amber color and mature character. Attractively ripe and rich with very sweet raisin and dried apricot flavors and a velvety finish."
Wine Spectator (09/95)

"Aromas of caramel, old Calvados and furniture polish. Very creamy in the mouth, with flavours of caramelised apple and baked apricot. As with the 81, this finishes with surprising freshness and cut. Fresh citrus and caramelised pitted fruits in the finish."
One Star; "Especially Successful"
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar (1998)
wineaccess.com

"21 years in barrel. Amber colors. In the nose malt candy ... caramel, smoked hay, lanolin, orange peel, very complex and deep. Good acidity on the palate, good freshness, again orange peel, very slightly bitter in the middle, not very sweet. At the finish tarte au citron and phenomenal freshness. Great."
94/100 Points
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