Such wines must be easier to procure in Europe. Upon reading that such a wine existed I found this reference in Wikipedia to it:
Aszú: This is the world-famous wine that is proudly cited in the Hungarian national anthem. It is the sweet, topaz-colored wine that was formerly known throughout the English-speaking world as Tokay.
Yet, I've been unable to find it in local wineshops. The same with absinthes. I researched various brands just to find out that ones I think I might like are not available locally.
Easier, but still pricey. Hubby travels on business and stocked up on Tokaji when he was in Budapest. We save it for special occasions.
Good fortune for you, Lady. Alas for we provincials...
Is the brand you purchased sweet?