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90
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Dobogó 2000 Aszú 6 Puttonyos Tokaji (Tokaji)

  1. $87
Rich and unctuous, with flavors of apricot marmalade and honey, this wine has a dry, pithy feel, although it’s also very sweet. The juxtaposition is pleasant, as is the complex nose of orange tea, cinnamon and honeyed fig. Acidity finally emerges on the long, spicy finish. Imported by Dreyfus, Ashby & Co.  — W.E.  (6/1/2006)
89
points

Dobogó 1999 Aszú 6 Puttonyos Tokaji (Tokaji)

  1. $87
Darker-colored than the 2000, this wine has more orange character on the nose, along with toffee and nutmeg. The wine offers a medium-full body and complex flavors of honey, melon and citrus all delicately spiced, with a hint of almond. The finish is long and spicy, with tropical fruits. Imported by Dreyfus, Ashby & Co.  — W.E.  (6/1/2006)
88
points

Dobogó 2004 Furmint (Tokaj)

  1. $32
One of the grapes used in the famous dessert wine, this dry-style from the village of Tokaj has a mixture of fresh, vibrant fruit with a supple, round body. Aromas of tropical fruits, mixed with straw and chalk, continue in the mouth, with some dried apricot thrown in, then it’s brought home by zesty acidity and citrus pith. This could herald a bright future for…  — M.D.  (6/1/2006)
87
points

Dobogó 2003 Mylitta Furmint (Tokaji)

  1. $36
A golden-hued, late harvest style, lacking the botrytis character of an Aszú wine, but still offering plenty of sweetness. Ripe tropical fruits and spicy floral scents pervade the nose, while the medium-full palate has good acidity and flavors of citrus, guava and allspice. Finishes a bit soft, with pineapple flavors. Imported by Dreyfus, Ashby & Co.  — W.E.  (6/1/2006)
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