expert reviews about
Dutschke Old Codger Tawny
Nick Stock says
A younger tawny with a hint of red to the colour, this is an approachable style that has less of the rancio and more vinous character intact. There are dried red fruits and leathery smells, some really ripe date and prune notes too. The palate has a smooth, rich and warm texture with gentle beginnings of rancio and a soft, sweet finish.The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010 2009
James Halliday says
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010
Tyson Stelzer says
This is one of the best tawnies on the sub-$20 shelf this year. It's fresh and lively with red fruits, nutty and toasty complexity and pronounced coconut oak on the finish. It has the best length and concentration of the tawnies at this price.