The Rotary Club of Corowa had bottled a fortified wine 3 pack. The pack consisted of Muscat, Topaque (formerly Tokay) and Tawny. The Club acquired a 450litre barrel of each wine from
Fairfield Winery when it closed down. It is worth noting many local wineries also bought similar wines for their stocks and blends.
The wines were at least 20 years old and exhibited the rich and luscious characteristics for which Rutherglen fortifieds are world famous.
Due to difficulties ranging from licencing, labelling and marketing, it was decided by the Board to sell on the wine to a local winery and cease promoting this project.