Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz Barossa South Australia
Once upon a time, around the end of the nineteenth century, the Semmlers grazed cattle on what are now Dutschke vineyards. They always grew grapes and made their own wine but it wasn't until the 1930s that Oscar Semmler started taking viticulture just a little more seriously. True to the tastes of the time, most of the yield was made into rich ports and fortified styles. Dutschke wines have retained their luscious fruit character, crafted in the timeless old world way, Barossa village Cabernet Shiraz of impeccable balance, elegance and grace.
Deep garnet red hues. Bramble and black plum nose, currants and blueberry spice, cedar, violets and clove. A beautifully sculpted palate, layered with ripe red and black fruits, piquant with pepper notes and a curl of lightly seasoned oak, augmented by firm yet supportive, lingering tannins, a long sweet and savoury finish over a lasting length of refined velvet textures.