Tyrrell's Ashmans Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2014
  • Delicately crisp and vibrant
  • Citrus, gooseberry and crunchy melon
  • 11.5% alcohol makes it a great lunch choice

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The late Murray Tyrrell was one of a handful of industry figures who helped bring the Australian wine industry into the world spotlight. With son Bruce Tyrrell at the helm, Tyrrell's continues to make wines that remain true to the company's central philosophy: to create individual wines of character and flavour.

Wine Region

New South Wales

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

11.5%

Foods

Pan fried scallops in a black bean sauce.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw in colour with green hues.

Nose

The bouquet features lifted tropical fruit, floral aromas with some citrussy notes from the Semillon.

Palate

Bright fleshy tropical fruit flavours from the Sauvignon Blanc are balanced by the citrus freshness of the Semillon. A very refreshing white wine, perfect to enjoy with shellfish or grilled fish.

Background

Murray Tyrrell was one of the most influential winemakers in Australia. He was behind the Chardonnay revolution and the first to gain an international reputation for his Pinot noir. Tyrrell's wines remain New South Wales benchmarks after 30 years in the marketplace. This wine is named after the original Tyrrell's property that was founded in 1853.

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