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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.

Old Winery Cabernet Merlot

by Winestate on

Sweet plum cake of a nose and a soft, round blueberry palate. A very nice quaffing wine.

by James Halliday on

As the label indicates, a SA/WA blend for those with the ability to sell wine (particularly at this price) opportunities to buy in bulk abound this has good black and red berry fruit flavours, and enough structure to satisfy.

Old Winery Traminer Riesling

by Drinks Trade Magazine on

Lifted musky, sweet nose with muscat characters. Elegant and bright with balanced acid and sugar. A medium-sweet light style, with honey flavours, floral notes; simple, juicy and easy drinking.

Old Winery Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

by Tyson Stelzer on

89 points

East meets west in this Hunter/WA blend, capturing the crunch of granny smith, the zest of lime and lemon and the freshness of cut grass, softened with a subtle touch of fruit sweetness.

by Geraldton Guardian on

The Semillon characteristics dominate this blend sourced from many regions. Zesty, restrained and fresh, with aromas of lemon and grass showing. Flavours of grass and semi-sweet lemon tickle the tongue and are balanced with smack of acidity provided by the Sauvignon Blanc. When it comes to this variety the price is right, and so is the palate. Tyrrell’s has made it for the market, and for everyone that enjoys an SSB with slightly lower alcohol content, it is just the ticket.

by Winestate on

Delicate nose with pretty, floral nuances. Lovely fruit expression on the palate, with a big residual sugar finish and firm, crisp acidity to balance.

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.

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 Gary Walsh on Wed, May 21st 2014

93 Points - Spicy, lime and cashew nut, white melon, subtle herbal notes. Medium bodied, nuts, spice, lime and melon, flinty, tight and fairly long,. . . Tasty. Fine boned style that needs a couple more years to show its best.

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