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Dutschke are Barossa Valley royalty and produce wines from ancient vineyards from traditional Barossa Valley varieties. Lyndoch in the Barossa is the home base for the winery.
1975 saw a reinvigoration of family land for the Dutschke family with serious plantings of grape vines going on in that year. Though the family had a history with wine influence in it dating back generations, it wasn’t until the late 1970s that earnest wine production began. Initially being produced for other wine making businesses, the family decided to keep back fruit to create their won wines in 1990.
Dutschke Wine Types
Full bodied reds are the order of the day here. Full throttle, unashamedly bold and full bodied, the wines range across tried and tested Barossa varieties of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Finished wines across a variety of price points can be single or blended varietal wine.
Willowbend tips in at the entry level with its easy going red blends for early drinking. The range continues through St Jakobi and Greenock Shirazes to the prized Oscar Semmler, Single Barrel, GHR and Sami wines.
Traditional winemaking meets modern technique. Clean wines made with lashings of oak are the popular style guideline, the winery is well maintained and ready for production of these full throttle wines.
|Wine Region||Barossa Valley|
|Address||Lot 1 Gods Hill Road, Lyndoch, SA, 5351, Australia|
|Phone||(08) 8524 5485|
Wayne Dutschke is one of those proud Barossa types who kind of fell into wine by accident but it was his grandfather who had the vision to plant a few grapes on the land in the 30s, which he described as a ‘Wonder of Creation.’ These wonders did ...
Everyone has a favourite patch of dirt in the Barossa, for the Dutschke’s it’s Gods Hill Road a 2km stretch that has some excellent Shiraz vineyards dotted along it. This Shiraz is made up of fruit from three neighbouring vineyards along the strip...
If you had a prized block of Shiraz dating back to 1975 and the vintage conditions were perfect you’d want to show it off. Well that’s exactly what Wayne Dutschke has done with this reserve release. Once the best barrels of fruit were picked they ...