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Keep up to date with all the happenings at Tyrrell’s Wines through our blog which is frequently updated by our winemaking, cellar door and sales teams. Here you’ll find interesting stories from the vineyard, exclusive articles on new wine releases, photographs taken by the winemakers and staff themselves, and a personal insight into the Tyrrell’s Wines family.

2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Video Edition with Bruce & Chris

Wed, March 2nd 2016   /   0 comments

"There will be some very, very good wine out this year" - Bruce Tyrrell. Watch as Bruce and Chris Tyrrell discuss Vintage 2016.

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2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Edition 6…from Bruce Tyrrell

Fri, February 26th 2016   /   0 comments

"January was the wettest on record, ahead of 1972; and February looks like being the driest on record, after 1972. If the whites turn out to be as good as 1972, I will be very happy, because I have always reckoned that Vat 1 Semillon 1972 is the greatest Tyrrell wine I have ever tasted." - Bruce Tyrrell

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2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Edition 5…from Bruce Tyrrell

Thu, February 18th 2016   /   0 comments

"Heathcote started last night and the first 32 tonnes are at about Yass on the Hume Highway as this is written. I went through all the Semillons on Tuesday with Brian McGuigan and he was very keen on them all." - Bruce Tyrrell

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2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Edition 4…from Bruce Tyrrell

Fri, February 12th 2016   /   0 comments

The week saw us finish all the Semillon and get a start on the Shiraz.

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2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Edition 3…from Bruce Tyrrell

Mon, February 8th 2016   /   0 comments

We have had a great week of Semillon and are probably the last winery in the district to finish picking whites. We now have about 700 tonnes through the crusher.

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2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Edition 2…from Bruce Tyrrell

Fri, January 29th 2016   /   0 comments

"A good week with some good Chardonnay in the winery and let’s hope we are in the same position with Semillon this time next week." - Bruce Tyrrell

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2016 Tyrrell’s Vintage Report - Edition 1…from Bruce Tyrrell

Mon, January 25th 2016   /   1 comment

"2016 will be a year, I think, where there will be some great wines made and a few bloody awful ones, which we will know in about five weeks" - Bruce Tyrrell

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Vintage Report Edition 7 - from Bruce Tyrrell

Thu, March 7th 2013   /   0 comments

Vintage got underway last week in McLaren Vale & Heathcote.

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Vintage Report Edition 6 - from Bruce Tyrrell

Fri, February 15th 2013   /   0 comments

The beautiful mornings just kept coming...

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Vintage Report Edition 5 - from Bruce Tyrrell

Fri, February 8th 2013   /   0 comments

Late last Friday afternoon down came the rain with a heavy storm again about 3.00 am the next morning. All up we had 28 mm. This meant a quiet day on Saturday with that horrible feeling the rain was going to stay around for a few more days.

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Vintage Update from Bruce Tyrrell - The Hunter Reds

Wed, February 6th 2013   /   0 comments

There seems to be a bit of a chat about the Hunter red vintage being any good or not...

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Vintage Report Edition 4 - from Bruce Tyrrell

Mon, February 4th 2013   /   0 comments

We had no picking last Friday as we couldn’t find anything that we believe was ripe enough to pick.

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Vintage Report Edition 3 - from Bruce Tyrrell

Fri, February 1st 2013   /   0 comments

The stars of the last week have been our two picking teams.

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Vintage Report Edition 2 - from Bruce Tyrrell

Mon, January 21st 2013   /   0 comments

The first week of vintage is ending on one of those days where you need to be inside with a cold one in front of the television watching the cricket.

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Vintage Report 2013 - Edition 1 from Bruce Tyrrell

Mon, January 21st 2013   /   1 comment

This year’s vintage will start on Monday morning, 14 January, with six or seven tonnes of traminer from John Tulloch at Broke and at this stage, on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, we will pick pinot noir and chardonnay for sparkling base. This is probably two or three days earlier than I originally expected.

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