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Old Patch ‘1867’ Shiraz

2009 Old Patch ‘1867’ Shiraz

Sourced from some of the world’s oldest and rarest vines.

Sacred Sites
Hunter Valley, NSW
Cellaring Potential:
Drinking beautifully to 2020

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Overview & Tasting Notes

Highly perfumed, bright, lifted berry aromas with some savoury spice all rounded off by the large format French oak. The palate shows a seamless structure with creamy texture, the fruit and acid are in perfect balance, the oak being a small player with the primary focus on the rich red fruit.

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2009 Old Patch ‘1867’ Shiraz has won a total of 2 awards.


  • James Halliday on Mon, March 19th 2012

    97 Points (Outstanding)

    Slightly deeper, more purple, hue than Johnno’s, but clear and inviting; consistent with the colour, has more depth to the medium-bodied palate, but in no way sacrifices elegance and balance. Also matured in a new 2700-litre French vat, all the components are beautifully integrated. A totally exceptional wine from a top vintage, a great vineyard and a skilled winemaker.

  • Huon Hooke on Fri, March 11th 2011

    95 Points

    Very rich for a Tyrrell Hunter shiraz: a step up in bouquet and richness of palate. Wonderful aromas, complex and layered, still with fruit very much doing the talking. Still medium bodied, but has more richness than the sandy-soil wines. This is off clay soil. Savoury/fruit balance is excellent.

  • Ken Gargett on Tue, April 10th 2012

    96 Points

    Complex, supple and intense, shows finesse with a soft, layered finish. A cracker, with a likely long life.

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