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Stevens Single Vineyard Shiraz

2011 Stevens Single Vineyard Shiraz

Medium to full bodied red with a lively, intense purple colour. Black cherry, raspberry and fresh, spicy flavours dominate the palate.

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Overview & Tasting Notes

Medium to full bodied with a lively, intense purple colour. Black cherry, rapsberry and fresh, spicy flavours dominate the palate with a vibrant, fresh acidity that make the wine a wonderful example of the
modern, balanced style of Hunter Valley shiraz.

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2011 Stevens Single Vineyard Shiraz has won a total of 2 awards.


  • John Lewis (Newcastle Herald) on Mon, March 17th 2014

    Rating: 5 Glasses

    Here’s an archetypal, 13 per cent alcohol Hunter shiraz from the fine 2011 vintage. It is medium-bodied and ruby red, with gamey scents. Spiced blackcurrant flavour zings on to the front of the palate and the middle palate brings forwards Maraschino cherry, peppermint, herb and licorice fruit characters and subtle savoury oak. Dusty tannins feature at the finish. It is made from grapes grown on Neil Stevens’s Old Hillside vineyard, regarded by Tyrrell’s managing direct Bruce Tyrrell as one of the best shiraz sites in the Hunter Valley. DRINK WITH: duck a l’orange
    AGEING: 12 years

  • Rick Allen (Manly Daily) on Mon, April 7th 2014

    This is a single vineyard wine from Tyrrell’s’ Hunter Valley heartland and it sits mid-range in their substantial red wine portfolio. It’s typical Hunter - medium weight, nothing too big, easy drinking but with enough interest on the palate to keep you coming back for more. Ripe, mixed berry fruit holds centre stage and does it with some aplomb. Good drinking.

  • Chris Shanahan on Fri, April 11th 2014

    4 stars

    Stevens Shiraz shows a family resemblance to Vat 9, but in a distinctly brawnier style. It offers the rich, juicy fruit flavours of the good season, with an underlying earthiness and savouriness, backed by solid, but soft, tannins. The grapes come from the Stevens family vineyard in Pokolbin, the traditional heart of the lower Hunter region. Tyrrell’s says the oldest vines on the block were planted in 1867 and “may be the oldest vines still in production in the Hunter Valley”.

  • Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) on

    91+ points

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Back Vintages

2010 Tasting Notes (243 KB pdf)

2009 Tasting Notes (241 KB pdf)

2007 Tasting Notes (403 KB pdf)

2006 Tasting Notes (404 KB pdf)

2005 Tasting Notes (495 KB pdf)