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Tyrrell's Vat 8 Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
  • 1 Gold, 3 Bronze medals
  • Superb, aged Hunter Valley red
  • Cellar til 2024 - a collector's dream!

Tyrrell's Vat 8 Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 x6

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With an incredible pedigree, this stunning aged Shiraz Cabernet is a true connoisseur's wine. Awarded 1 Gold and 3 Bronze medals, it's a Tyrrell's Hunter Valley classic with an intense palate of plum, dark berry and chocolate characters, refined oak and magnificent structure and length. It's drinking well young, but careful cellaring will give you something really special.

Wine Region

HUNTER VALLEY

Drink Until

2024

Varieties

Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Fillet of Beef with spinach, feta and leeks and sweet potato frittata or some tasty cheese from the Hunter Valley.

Oak

Matured in French and American oak.

Colour

Bright purple.

Nose

A more modern style of Hunter shiraz, the small oak influence is apparent with chocolate and vanillin aromas.

Palate

Intense, plum fruit sweetness with darker berry and chocolate characters. The cabernet component adds length and fullness to the wine. Drinking well young because of the extra oak, however, this wine still has the pedigree to age gracefully with time.

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