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Seppeltsfield DP90 Rare Tawny

Cracka Review

Colour: Medium Tawny with aged olive-green hues.

Nose: The nose is fragrant and penetrating with a complex array of spice, walnuts, toffee, old leather and aged rancio framed by fine oak characters.

Palate: The palate is built around finesse and complexity combined with great concentration of flavour. Initial flavours of raisin fruit and butterscotch build and evolve, offering hints of spice, walnuts and toffee on an incredibly long, dry finish.

Winemaker's Notes

Colour: Medium Tawny with aged olive-green hues.

Nose: The nose is fragrant and penetrating with a complex array of spice, walnuts, toffee, old leather and aged rancio framed by fine oak characters.

Palate: The palate is built around finesse and complexity combined with great concentration of flavour. Initial flavours of raisin fruit and butterscotch build and evolve, offering hints of spice, walnuts and toffee on an incredibly long, dry finish.

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Seppeltsfield DP90 Rare Tawny

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Nick Stock says
A tawny of impeccable pedigree, the DP90 is looking spruced up in its new packaging and will certainly impress with the contents. There's plenty of rancio and woody notes, some faint dried fruits, sweet spice and nuts. The palate has an hourglass shape, starting out rich and luscious with savoury toffee and citrus flavour, then it pinches tight and heads to dry country on the finish with a lingering dark roasted nut aftertaste. Brilliant wine!
The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010 2009
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