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Find out what your fellow wine lovers are saying about Tyrrell's wines or leave a comment on your favourite wine from our extensive range.

Vat 8 Hunter Shiraz Cabernet

by James Halliday on Tue, September 30th 2014

93 points (Highly Recommended)

by Robert Parker on Mon, June 30th 2014

91+ points

by Gary Walsh - www.winefront.com.au on

93+ Points - This vintage is All Hunter, All Class. The small Cabernet component is the first crop from Robin Drayton’s vineyard – planted with cuttings sourced from Lake’s Folly. For a Tyrrell’s Hunter wine it’s a buxom and comely style – and I like it a lot. Choc-licorice and Montelimar, violet, a seasoning of pepper, blue and black fruit and suggestion of mint. It’s round and plump with plenty of fruit weight, but only really medium bodied. Ripe sweet tannin and plenty of length. Really like this. It’s the most approachable of the current releases, though I’d wait a couple of years before tucking in. The best Vat 8 in a fair while.

by John Lewis - Newcastle Herald on

Here’s a happy marriage of shiraz and cabernet sauvignon that drinks well now and will pay dividends for long-term cellaring. It is bright magenta and has scents of ripe black cherries and caramel. Profound Satsuma plum flavour dominates the front of the palate and fruit elements of blackberry, mint and dark chocolate meld with restrained cedary oak on the middle palate.

Vat 47 Hunter Chardonnay

by Gary Walsh on Thu, May 22nd 2014

96 points

Struck match, cashew and almond, lime and peach. Medium bodied, mouth-filling palate, crystal clear limey acidity, power and style, but not heavy. Silky feel. Crisp flinty finish, that’s so pure and long. It’s all here. Best young Vat 47 I can remember.

Fordwich Verdelho

by Robert Parker - eRobertParker.com on

88 Points.

Fordwich Verdelho is an early drinking style wine with aromas of limes, tropical fruit sweetness and a crisp, acid finish. Serve chilled with spicy food.

by Huon Hooke on

This verdelho is a refreshing dry wine with balanced alcohol and a clean, dry palate. The aromas are of straw and lemon and it’s a typical Hunter Valley dry white: good with food and not loaded up with sugar for the mass market.

by Frank Smith on

Fordwich Verdelho is an early drinking style wine with aromas of limes, tropical fruit sweetness and a crisp, acid finish. Serve chilled with spicy food.

Ashman’s Brut

by Northern Daily Newspaper on Mon, May 13th 2013

96 points

The colour is a medium yellow and the nose shows full, clean Semillon, lifted citrus and some straw notes. On the palate these flavours are added to with toasty, yeast characters gained in the winemaking process. An excellent celebratory alternative to the mainstream sparklings, particularly for people looking for a drier taste.

Pinot Noir Chardonnay Brut

by Huon Hooke on

90 points

Palish light yellow. Good bready yeast autolysis and pinot noir interactions provide a complex bouquet that belies its three years on lees. Full, soft and rich in the mouth with ample flavour and freshness despite not having very apparent acidity, and a clean and relatively dry finish. An impressive result from a region not noted for sparkling wine.

Lost Block Shiraz

by Frank Smith on Thu, January 1st 2015

Tyrrells 2013 Lost Block Shiraz has Viognier added to create a point of difference from traditional Shiraz styles. The aroma is of ripe cooked plums and elegant peppery spice which is lifted by the floral perfume of the Viognier. The flavours are reminiscent of fresh black cherries mixed with fine dark chocolate. The result is a soft, fresh, drinkable Shiraz with a clean morish finish.

by Drinks on Thu, January 1st 2015

Rich and ripe cooked plum and peppery spice aromatics. On the palate, flavours are reminiscent of fresh blackb cherries, mixed with fine dark chocolate. Rounded Tannins and a clean morish finish.

by Illawarra Mercury on Sat, December 6th 2014

I really like the quirky labels on the mid-range Lost Block range that reflects Tyrrell’s willingness to operate well beyond its Hunter Valley base. Heathcote is a highly regard red region in central Victoria and this early-drinking wine has soft tannins and rich, velvety fruit flavours

by Drinks Weekly on Fri, November 28th 2014

Tyrell’s Lost Block Range was born when an impending storm forced the winemaking crew to abandon a prized block of Hunter semillon to pick less storm resilient grapes. Picked days later, the ‘lost block’ produced wines were found to have such impressive character that it was decided it should receive a label of its own. The 2013 Lost Block Shiraz, dark and vibrant in hue, was sourced from the Heathcote Vineyard and offers rich aromas of ripe cooked plums and elegant peppery spice. On the palate, flavours are reminiscent of fresh black cherries mixed with fine dark chocolate. A rounded tannin structure and clean morish finish.

Lost Block Merlot

by Jim McMahon (Corkscrew) on Mon, August 25th 2014

Here I offer you the Tyrrell’s Lost Block 2013 Merlot complete with new livery and design which really makes it stand out on the supermarket shelves. Bright crimson in colour with a vibrant pink hue, the nose offers aromatic blackcurrant and cinnimon flaviours. On the plate the iwne is soft and fruity with minimal tannin pick-up. The soft fruit texture is what merlot is about, and this medium-bodied wine finishes soft and fruity with dark cherries and plum flavours standing out.

by Jim McMahon (Food Service Magazine) on Mon, February 17th 2014

Vibrant purple with a lovely pink rim, the nose consists of aromatic blackcurrent and black olive flavours. The palate is soft and fruit-driven with minimal tannins evident. A dry, easy drinking style with a persistent fruit driven finish.

Moon Mountain Chardonnay

by Dan Murphy's Wine pannel on Sun, March 1st 2015

92 Points - Fresh Green Melon Flavours and cleansing crisp acidity of modern-style Chardonnay mellow the richness or spice in seafood dishes

Ra Nui Pinot Noir

by Winestate on Fri, April 18th 2014

Medium-bodied style, with cherry, plum, spice and nut flavours, showing some savoury complexity, and gentle tannins.

Ra Nui Sauvignon Blanc

by Michael Cooper on Wed, February 4th 2015

Mouthfilling and well rounded, with very good body, balance ripeness and depth.…….It is already drinking well

by Bob Campbell on Wed, February 4th 2015

Bright fresh Sauvignon Blanc with pure pink grapefruit, guava, passionfruit and ripe apple flavours. Gently aromatic wine with an ethereal texture. A delicate and appealing style

by Illawarra Mercury on Mon, March 10th 2014

From the Wairau Valley in New Zealand’s famous Marlborough wine district. Distributed in Australia by Hunter Valley producer Tyrrell’s, it’s a stylish savvy, dry and restrained with a small portion matured in French oak, citrus and tropical fruit flavours, herbal characters and zippy acidity.

by Jim McMahon on Mon, March 17th 2014

This wine is typical of what the region does best. It offers a youthful green/pale straw colour. The palate offers mouth-watering passionfruit with grassy herbaceous overtones which cut right through. The crisp acidity on the finish is dry and intense.

by Jane Thompson (Taste Magazine) on Fri, April 11th 2014

This fruit-driven white pairs with creamy white chocolate like passionfruit and pavlova.

by Winestate on Fri, April 18th 2014

Fresh, citrusy and limey, with mouth-filling body, tight acidity and a dry, lingering finish.

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