Tyrrell’s and De Iuliis grabbed the champion white and red titles in last week’s 2022 Hunter Valley Wine Show, but Brokenwood was also on the money with major trophy and gold medal awards.
Among its four trophies, the De Iuliis family wine company took the Doug Seabrook Trophy for the best red wine of the show, the Hector Tulloch Trophy for the best shiraz and the James Busby Trophy for best mature three-year-old and older shiraz with the De Iuliis 2019 Limited-Release Shiraz.
It won’t be available for some years yet, but the best other red trophy-winning De Iuliis Wines 2019 LDR Vineyard Shiraz-Touriga can be bought at the Pokolbin winery and dewine.com.au.
A Mike De Iuliis crafted blend of shiraz and the Portuguese-origin touriga nacional grape, it sells for $40 bottle.
You can read the entire article by John Lewis at the Newcastle Herald here.