2013 Thomas Wines Braemore Semillon


Regular readers will no doubt be aware that I’ve got a lot of time for Andrew Thomas’ Braemore Semillon. This is so delicious on release that it’s almost possible to forget its age-worthiness.

It’s intensely, limey – almost kaffir lime – with zippy lemon and pebbly minerality. A hint of salinity and a suggestion of spice. Unwavering focus, a juicy core of flavour and excellent extension. Will offer much pleasure now and later. 96

Region: Hunter Valley
Alcohol: 10.8%
Closure: Screwcap
Price: $30
Tasted: September 2013


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2 Responses to 2013 Thomas Wines Braemore Semillon

  1. Simon1980 says:

    Hi Jeremy,

    I see the 2014 is just about out…don’t suppose you have tried yet? Seems a pretty compulsory purchase nowadays…but always good to get your opinion on this wine.

    Oh, and great job with the high level (and quality) of updates by the way. Your current volume is most impressive…you must have a very full wheelie bin!


  2. Not seen it as yet Simon. And thanks for the kind words. Fortunately I’ve gotten around to hiring another recycling bin :)

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