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Old Winery Verdelho

by James Halliday on

89 points

Attractive example; some depth to the tropical fruit salad flavours without the detriment of phenolics; good balance and length.

by Rachael McDonald on

A brilliant summer choice, this wine combines sweet tropical fruit flavour with some added spice. The citrus finish means it will compliment spicy Asian dishes, so open a bottle with your next curry.

by Peter Chapman on

A cracking good drop from one of the premium labels of the Hunter Valley. The wine features great characteristics with aromas of limes, sweet fruit and light spices One of the best of this variety I have tried.

Old Winery Sauvignon Blanc

by Tyson Stelzer on

90 points

Some lees contact builds the finely textured mouthfeel of this crunchy lemon and lime style, lifted with a pretty fragrance of lemon blossom and a long finish of grapefruit and nashi pear.

by National Liquor News on

Zesty fruit with the right amount of acid and a clean finish. Easty to drink with firm acidity balanced by sweet tropical fruit.

Rufus Stone Heathcote Shiraz

by Winewise on

This is an attractive mouthfilling shiraz with spicy notes and a hint of peppermint. Good short term drinking.

by Illawarra Mercury on Mon, June 2nd 2014

The third wine under Tyrrell’s Rufus Stone label came about through an inspired decision in 1994 by head honcho Bruce Tyrrell to buy an old farm at Heathcote which was transformed into a shiraz vineyard. It’s a high quality red, polished and poised with lashings of plum and black fruit, spice and peppery characters, chocolate and juicy tannins.

Vat 47 Hunter Chardonnay

by James Haliday (2015 Wine Companion) on

95 Points - The wine that (indirectly) started the whole Australian export story with its ‘71 vintage, the necessary precursor to the events of the second half of the 80’s. this is an impeccably made wine, not a hair out of place, and needs no patience (it’s ready already), just an appreciation of good wine. Screwcap. Drink to 2020

by Rob Geddes on

91 points - This chardonnay has complex flavours of pineapple, lemon, nuts and honey, with a long, linear, distinctive style. A refreshing wine with a very long, smokey finish.

by John Lewis, Newcastle Herald on

5/5 glasses - I’ve had the pleasure of drinking this wine three times over the past two years and the latest tasting last week convinces me that it holds a place in the top rank of Australian chardonnays. It’s a wine of exceptional balance, delicacy and cellaring “legs”. It is light gold with olive green tints and has scents of mango and vanillin oak. The front palate introduces elegant nectarine flavour and quince jelly, citrus and spice fruit characters integrate with cashew oak on the middle palate. The finish features flinty acid. Vat 47s are made from varying proportions of grapes from Tyrrell’s Short Flat, HVD and the New Vines Cuttings Blocks. The “New” cuttings are sourced off the original HVD vines.

by Kerry Skinner, Illawarra Mercury on

A stunning benchmark chardonnay that chief winemaker Andrew Spinaze rates as one of the best during his tenure at Tyrrell’s. Sheer elegance, lean and clean, pristine citrus, melon and stonefruit, brilliant acidity, subtle oak influence, a crisp finish and a delight to drink.

by Peter Bourne, Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE on

3/3 Stars - Australia’s first modern chardonnay, released more than 40 years ago and considered a benchmark for Australian chardonnay. The balance between fruit, acid and oak hints at the quality of the wine and the vintage. Drinking beautifully to 2018.

by Robert Parker, on

92+ Points

by Mike Frost, Courier Mail on

95 Points - Made from fruit from two blocks, partly fermented in stainless steel before transferred to French oak barriques for fermentation and maturation. There’s melon, citrus and white peach fruit on the nose and palate, with a touch of nutty oak and fine, crisp acid finish.

by Chris Shanahan, Canberra Times on

4.5/5 Stars - While the quest for fine chardonnay drew Australian winemakers ever further south, ultimately to Tasmania, Tyrrell’s stuck to the Hunter. Forty years after first producing the variety, the family makes a range of beautiful Hunter chardonnays, including $13 Old Winery, $20 Moon Mountain, a couple of individual vineyard wines (Belford $35 and HVD $45), and the flagship, Vat 47. The 2009 is probably about as good as Hunter chardonnay can get – a rich, fine, slow-evolving, barrel-fermented style that looks very young at four years.

by Daryl Fisher, National Liquor News on

3/3 Stars - Rich and complex with notes of citrus and grapefruit

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