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Hunter Valley Sémillon 2022

Pale lemon color.
Aromas of citrus, mineral.
Dry. Flavors of lime, mineral, subtle white flowers, salty finish.

Intensity: 3/5
Complexity: 1/5
Balance: 5/5
Finish: 4/5
— 19 days ago

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Vat 9 Hunter Shiraz 1987

1987 - a bit of fruit left, all tannin gone. — 6 months ago

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Vat 1 Hunter Valley Semillon

Vintage Cellars - New Farm, Brisbane — 7 months ago

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Vat 47 Hunter River Pinot Chardonnay 2015

What a stunning wine- bright medium lemon, crisp acidity and a glorious nose of apple, lemon, flint, smoke and just a hint of herbs. Beautiful balance and a long finish - this is a marvelously elegant triumph of wine making. Fabulous with food or on its own. Dazzling — 4 years ago

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Hunter Valley Shiraz 2017

Elegant and fruit forward, can taste the earth it’s grown in. Beautiful wine and great on day two. — 20 days ago

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Tyrrell's Sémillon Vat 1 2015

Light lemon with green reflexes . Yellow fruits , with waxy notes , quite restrained and elegant. Medium bodied on the palate , for those that know, ‘Roses Lime Syrup’ comes to mind , more of the waxy yellow fruit character as well , with quite mineral notes after a while, well balanced and very good length. This is probably at the start of a very long life , will improve over the next 5-10 years and last a further 7-10. — 5 months ago

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Johnno's Sémillon 2019

Far too young, but really good and promising — 2 years ago

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Vat 47 Hunter Chardonnay 2018

Oak, lime like herb in aroma. Rich, citrus, white flowers. Citrus, comfortable acidity. Each factor in the taste is showing the feature clearly. From Hunter valley which is an initial place for wine in Australia. Vat 47 Hunter Chardonnay Tyrrell’s 2018 @7546, Toscany JH, 231028-231111 — a month ago

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Stevens Single Vineyard Hunter Shiraz 2009

Earthy aromas with savoury red fruits. A good balance between acid and tannin. Oak is absorbed as you would hope at 14 years of age. Doesn’t scream Hunter Valley because of the ripeness of the fruit but that earth and spice leads you there. In hindsight I opened this too early contrary to my previous tasting note 5 years ago. This still has a solid core of potential which will enable the wine to last another 10 years where it will develop leathery notes. — 6 months ago

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Lunatiq Heathcote Shiraz 2000

The first thing I tasted was salt, and that was: uh oh. But after 20 minutes, cranberry, nutmeg, a little mint, raspberry, definitely not as meaty as other Aussie Shiraz and not what I expected, but very enjoyable once my expectations were reset. — 3 years ago

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