Tyrrell's Semillon 2016 750ml
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Tyrrell's Semillon 2016

Hunter Valley - New South Wales - Australia

Professional Wine Reviews for Tyrrell's Semillon 2016

Rated 90 by Wine Enthusiast
Classic Hunter Valley Sem, if maybe just a little fruit-forward. Like tasting light-bodied lime juice that finishes fresh and clean. Drink it now with oysters, or put some aside for up to 10 years for it to develop toast, honey and marmalade aged characters.
Rated 90 by Wine Advocate
The 2016 Semillon is a fresh, fruit-forward example of the genre. Green apple and lime juice notes dominate, while hints of crushed stone provide a pleasantly silky texture and extend through the long, mouthwatering finish. While some Semillons age well, given this wine’s fruit-forward nature, I’d opt for drinking it over the next few years.
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Country: Australia

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