Yes, it’s a very enjoyable Hunter Semillon with all the traditional characteristics, plus softening roundness that makes it an easy to enjoy white, with or without food. That’s the point of difference; drink with or without food. I prefer it with food. Traditional characters are the hints of lanolin, the clear lemon and limes, the acidity and modest alcohol (11.8%). It may not be full-on Vat 1 style; but neither is the price. It’s still quality Hunter with a touch of sweet. - Michael L
Thomas Wines is one of the Hunter Valley's most renowned winemakers, nationally and internationally acclaimed for it's exceptional, single vineyard Hunter Valley wines. Thomas Wines has gained a somewhat 'cult status' for its small range of personality imbued wines, many offering pure current drinking pleasure, as well as remarkable cellaring potential.
The first vintage was produced in 1997, with an absolute focus and determination to specialise in producing top shelf examples of the two signature varieties of the Hunter Valley, Semillon and Shiraz.
Over the years, Thomas Wines has gathered an impressive folio of local growers. Each own and operate arguably some of the Hunter Valley's most distinguished sites, producing world class, uniquely regional styles. Each wine showcases its unique vineyard signature and expresses a real sense of place. Kiss Shiraz and Braemore Semillon sit at the top of an impressive range, becoming modern benchmarks for the Hunter Valley.
Having previously spent 13 years learning and applying his craft at Tyrrell's, owner and winemaker Andrew Thomas has over three decades of experience winemaking in the Hunter Valley. It's the no compromise, attention to detail approach to his winemaking that has seen him named 2014 Hunter Valley Winemaker of the Year (having previously won the award in 2008), as well as contributing to an impressive mantlepiece of wine show trophies, medals, and enviable critical acclaim.
- Andrew Thomas
|Product Type||Wine White Semillon|
|Region||New South Wales|
|Sub Region||Hunter Valley|