United Cellars Cabernet By Bruce Tyrrell 2018
1 or more bottles$12.99
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This Cabernet is made by the Tyrrell family, who first started making wines in the Hunter Valley, NSW in 1858. It has classic aromas of blackcurrant with subtle hints vanillin oak, while the palate is medium to full bodied with a generously flavoured palate leaning toward a blueberries and cassis.
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About the brand Tyrrell's
One of Australia's oldest family-owned wineries, Tyrrell's is an icon in the nation's wine industry. With vineyards from its home in the Hunter Valley, to South Australia and Victoria, the family has sourced premium parcels of fruit with which to continue their heritage of fine wine. The Tyrrell's name has been synonymous with the wine industry since its inception in 1858 by English immigrant Edward Tyrrell.
Today, the winery is managed by Bruce Tyrrell, a 4th generation family member and the head winemaker. In 1989, Bruce completed his first vintage of Semillon and named it 'Vat 1'. Upon its release to the market as an aged Semillon seven years later, it swept the awards shows and is now considered the benchmark of that wine style. As a family endeavour, Bruce and his wife Pauline's children are also involved; Jane is a sales representative of the brand, while her brother Chris as assistant winemaker, helps his father make the wines that have captured the global wine industry's attention.