Tyrrell's `Traditional Method` Pinot Noir Chardonnay 2009 (6 x 750mL), NSW

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Tyrrell’s Wines have a long historical association with traditionally made, bottle fermented sparkling wine. It was a European trip in 1977 that sparked Murray Tyrrell’s interest in Australian sparkling wine production.

“A stop was made at the Bollinger press house where Dad traded his expertise on how to best use a hand press for some time spent with their winemakers. The next day, he called me with instructions to buy all the pinot noir grapes on light soils in the Hunter Valley because he reckoned he could make champagne as well as the French did.” said Bruce Tyrrell.

Made from a blend of Hunter Valley pinot noir and chardonnay grapes, this sparkling was produced using the traditional method practiced by the great Champagne houses of France.

NSW - Hunter Valley
New South Wales

Winery Tasting Notes


The pinot noir and the chardonnay combine well to create a sparkling wine that on the nose gives off fine, yeast and biscuit dough aromas.


These two components carry over on to the palate, with the yeastiness adding a creamy texture and generous fruit flavours giving good weight and length. The acid on the finish balances and refreshes the palate.

Food Matching

This sparkling wine is ideal on its own or as an accompaniment to a variety of hors d’oeurves including oysters, smoked salmon, goats cheese crostini and sushi.

Winemakes Notes

The grapes were picked at optimum ripeness and were gently pressed to extract the juice with minimal colour pick up. The juice was then fermented in stainless steel at approximately 18° for two weeks. Following primary fermentation, the wine was left in tank on its yeast lees for seven months prior to filtration, before undergoing ‘tirage’ bottling. The wine was stored for almost two years after which time it was disgorged and liqueured while remaining in its original bottle.

NSW - Hunter Valley
Grape Style
Domestic Sparkling
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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English immigrant Edward Tyrrell established Tyrrell's Wines in 1858 in the lee of the Hunter Valley's Brokenback Range, New South Wales. This land has become recognised as home to some of the Hunter Valley regions finest vineyards, and the basis for development of one of Australia's most successful privately owned wine companies.

Today, Tyrrell's are a truly national wine company, premium vineyards extend from their legendary home in the Hunter Valley to other distinguished grape growing regions of Australia including McLaren Vale in South Australia and Heathcote in Victoria.

Fourth generation family member and Managing Director, Bruce Tyrrell heads this winemaking company that boasts well established, popular and highly recognisable wine brands that are exported to over 30 countries worldwide. His children, the fifth generation of the Tyrrell family, are involved in the family business, illustrating that this iconic Hunter Valley winery will continue to be Australian owned well into the future.

Tyrrell's Wines was awarded Winery Of The Year by James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion Edition 2010.

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