The Paramount DP64 Tokay is crafted using the Muscadelle variety, a white grape often regarded as a lesser known (albeit of equal quality) stable mate to Muscat varieties, of which there are many.
For nearly 140 years, the Rutherglen region of North-Eastern Victoria has been producing this fortified treasure. With extended ripening on the vine, the resultant fruit is high in natural sugar which is then briefly fermented and fortified with a neutral spirit, to produce an indulgent and seamless wine.
The Paramount DP64 Tokay is a blend of many vintage years, however maintains an average age of 32 years. Remarkably, the Paramount DP64 blend features a small parcel of vintage-dated Tokay from the 1922 vintage.