Huon Hooke 15 December 2015
Arguably the rarest and greatest of the clutch of Tyrrell’s single-vineyard shirazes, from one of the Hunter’s best red-wine years in living memory, this is tight, earthy-savoury, powerful and long. Ageing? Best 2020 to 2049. Drink this when…You can’t bear to leave it in the cellar any longer. Eat with…Aged parmigiana reggiano cheese.
Gary Walsh 29 May 2015
95 Points - 290 dozen in a new big boy 2700L French oak cask. Johnno’s planted in 1908, with the vineyard having sandy soils, and thus, quite a different character to the other Tyrrell’s reds.