Dutschke The Tokay NV / 375 ml.

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RP9898 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 1st Oct 2004
The light amber-hued, unctuously-textured non-vintage The Tokay reveals a similar flavor profile to the Muscat, with perhaps more balsamic, maple syrup, and Asian spice-like characteristics. It is quite spectacular, and very sweet.
SP9191 pts. - Wine Spectator - Web only – 2005
Sweet, but it stops short of syrupy, with a lovely caramel and brewed tea quality that lingers, along with a touch of pineapple and floral notes. Drink now.

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Primary Grape: Muscadelle | All Grapes: Muscadelle

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RP98 98 pts. / Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate (1st Oct 2004)

The light amber-hued, unctuously-textured non-vintage The Tokay reveals a similar flavor profile to the Muscat, with perhaps more balsamic, maple syrup, and Asian spice-like characteristics. It is quite spectacular, and very sweet.

SP91 91 pts. / Wine Spectator (Web only – 2005)

Sweet, but it stops short of syrupy, with a lovely caramel and brewed tea quality that lingers, along with a touch of pineapple and floral notes. Drink now.

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Appellation / Barossa Valley

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Located in South Australia, Barossa Valley is Australia's best known viticultural area and home to some of its finest wines. The hot, dry growing season results in tiny grape yields, but the grapes that are produced are generally full of character. Barossa Valley is best known for its Shiraz (Syrah), a grape that does just fine in these conditions, but also produces some standout Cabernets.

Region / South Australia

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South Australia has a warm climate with little precipitation during the growing season, making it difficult for winemakers to irrigate their vineyards. This means smaller yields for the farmers, but the stress on the vines from the shortages of water also results in a higher quality fruit. For that reason, many of Australia's best wines come from South Australia and it's best known district, Barossa Valley. You'll find lots of Shiraz in South Australia, naturally, but you'll also find some great Cabernets, Rieslings, and Chardonnays.

Country / Australia

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When casual wine drinkers think of Australian wine, they probably think of the critter-laden labels of Yellow Tail and The Little Penguin, among others. And while large wine companies dominate the Australian list, there are also a great number of smaller producers creating highly-rated, award-winning wines.

The majority of Australian wine is produced in South Australia, with most of that (those “critter wines”) carrying a South Eastern Australia appellation. Subregions such as Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and McLaren Vale are home to smaller producers and higher quality wines. Victoria and New South Wales are also significant regions, and wines from Western Australia are reaching America in increasing numbers.

Though Shiraz is the grape most associated with Australia, they’ve also had great success with Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Riesling and Grenache.

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SKU 47619
Product Type Wine
Alternate Name Dutschke The Tokay
Country Australia
Region South Australia
District Barossa
Product Location - Location-Appellation Barossa Valley
Package Size 375 ml.
Wine/Spirit Brand Dutschke
Bottles per Case 12
Vintage NV
Can it Be Shipped Yes
Premier Pick No
Wine Type Fortified Wine
Grape(s) Muscadelle
Primary Grape Muscadelle
Dollar Sale (Y/N) No
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RP9393 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 1st Oct 2006
The most intriguing of these fortifieds is the non-vintage Sun Dried Shiraz, which is fashioned from Shiraz grapes that have been allowed to raisin for three years (similar to a Vin de Paille). It boasts a dense blue/purple color, huge raisiny, floral, scorched earth, and blackberry notes, and a port-like viscosity and intensity. This is stunning stuff, but I have no idea how it will evolve in the bottle.
SP9090 pts. - Wine Spectator - Mar 31, 2008
Sweet and syrupy, a heady Port-like nectar of rose-scented cherry and spice flavors, lingering on the focused finish. Impressive. Drink this with a ripe cheese. Drink now.
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Primary Grape: Shiraz

375 ml

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Dutschke The Muscat NV / 375 ml.

NV / 375 ml.

Item #: 47617

RP9191 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 27th Feb 2013
Pale brown in color and made from Muscat Petite Grain grapes, the NV The Muscat has a really grapey and raisin nose underscored by spices and a touch of roses. Very sweet in the mouth it retains crisp acid to lift the concentrated, liquid raisin flavors. Nicely balanced, it finishes long. Drink it now.
SP9090 pts. - Wine Spectator - Dec 31, 2005
Sweet, dense and spicy, with toffee, molasses and prune flavors that linger on the rich finish. Drink now.
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Primary Grape: Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains

375 ml
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