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Originating from Italy the De Iuliis family have made the Hunter region their home since 1960. After a long successful career in the Hunter mining industry, Joss and Anna De Iuliis were inspired to follow their family passion for wine and chose a property in the Lovedale Road region of the Lower Hunter Valley, converting a grazing property into a 20ha vineyard with the first vines planted in 1990. For the first decade they provided fruit for some of the Hunter Valley’s biggest names.
Today, De Iuliis wines are known for their trademark Hunter regionality and commitment to showcasing the very best the Hunter Valley has to offer. The Australian Wine Companion by James Halliday has been rating De Iuliis Wines a 5 star winery since 2010. The family’s vision is to continue producing wines of excellence and outstanding quality from individual paddocks, wines of distinction which they are proud to have their name on.
The Hunter Valley is renowned for producing some of the best Semillon in the world. This wine displays fresh, lifted citrus characters, a light palate, and crisp, zesty acids. It's the perfect match for seafood or any delicately flavoured dishes.

Has everything you could ask for in a young Hunter Valley semillon: bright straw-green hue, a lemongrass and citrus bouquet, then a long, intense palate built on the foundation of natural acidity. The whole life of the wine lies before it, as the citrus becomes honeyed, and finally some toasty nuances will appear. Rating: 95 Points; Drink by: 2030; Price: $19; Date Tasted: Sept 2015; Alcohol: 10.5%; Top 100 Wines of 2015 - James Halliday; Weekend Australian

Winemaker Mike de Iuliis is a dab hand at clay pigeon shooting. This wine is a blend of several vineyard sources. Herbal notes, touch of grassiness, lemon and grapefruit pith scents. Zingy and fine across the palate, very delicate, purity to the fore. It’s long in flavour, tight, powerful, mouthwatering and trim. Some nuttiness creeps in for interest. Youthful and refreshing. Will cellar well too, I wager. Bargain. Rating: 93 Points; Mike Bennie; The Wine Front
This juicy, crunchy, fresh and vibrant Hunter Valley semillon has to be one of Australia's great wine bargains with a ludicrously low RRP. Mike de Iuliis is making some cracking wines right now and his 2014 shirazes are also worth seeking out. This is deliciously crisp and light with lemon and lime notes and lively acid backbone and would be delicious on its own, or paired with any number of seafood dishes over the Christmas holidays. Alternatively you can store it away in the cellar and it will blossom in five or more years. $19. Winsors Choice; Winsor Dobbin


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