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2013 Dutschke Gods Hill Road Shiraz
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- Cellar Drink Now - 5 years (2016-2021)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
The Dutschke family has a history dating back to the 1930’s on their Barossa property but it wasn’t until the mid 1970’s that they first planted their beloved Shiraz grape. Fruit was initially sold off to other producers such as Krondorf & Mildara Blass until 1990 when Ken & Wayne decided to keep some of the fruit for themselves and start producing wine of their own under the brand "Willow Bend". It wasn’t until the 1998 vintage that the Dutschke label was launched.
God’s Hill Road is sourced from three of Dutschke’s neighbouring vineyards situated on the 2km Gold’s Hill Road which runs along a small hill range on the western side of the Lyndoch Valley. Maturation takes place in a combination of new and older, French and American oak for a period of 20 months.
Rich and juicy this sumptuous inviting Barossa Shiraz is saturated with copious volumes of luscious fruit.
Totally opaque inky black core with a deep dark purple black hue. Heady ripe blackberry and liquorice aromas meld into some dark chocolate and dark plum with underlying spicy vanillin oak. Full bodied and decadently rich the palate features velvety textured flavours of ripe dark plums, liquorice and blackberries intermingling with some dark chocolate and spicy vanillin oak. Silky smooth tannins further enhance the wines seductive nature. Excellent power with a long plush aftertaste of dark plums, blackberries, liquorice, chocolatey vanillin oak and spice.
Drink over the next 4-5 years.