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Johnno’s Semillon

2013 Johnno’s Semillon

Shows all the hallmarks of a classic Hunter semillon

Sacred Sites
Hunter Valley, NSW
Cellaring Potential:
Drinking beautifully to 2025+

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Overview & Tasting Notes

The Johnno's semillon block was planted in 1908 and is the oldest semillon block owned by the Tyrrell family. Hand picked and basket pressed, it is crafted in a softer, more rounded and textural style than the other semillons.

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  • Gary Walsh (Wine Front) on Fri, August 2nd 2013

    94 points

    Clean, vinous, mineral, lemony and pure. Bright and chalky, with lemon/lime tang and a mouth puckering zesty lime finish. Really long. And really limey. So much power held in such a slight frame. Hunter Chablis for sure. There’s a slight sourness which makes it jangle a little as a baby wine, and certainly it’s a wine that demands a lot of time in the cellar. Quality is very high, though you might say it’s somewhat relentless in its pursuit of longevity and style.

  • Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) on

    93+ points

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