Brand New, Just release. Reviews of the 2010 Tellurian Pastiche are below.
"94 Points. Somewhat brighter crimson than the Tranter; the bouquet and medium- to full-bodied palate are essentially fruit-driven by plum and blackberry flavours, with a nice savoury twist to the long finish. Screwcap. 13.7% alc. To 2022" James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion.
"93 Points. If you have doubts over the quality of Heathcote shiraz then you should try this version from Tellurian. This red has character and style in spades. And personality. Clean, pure blackberry and bay leaf, swish cedary oak, cloves and smoky, earth-shot black cherries. The nose is a rush of crushed dry goodness and there’s a dry gunmetal-like character through the finish too. Maybe even some graphite. Jolly, sophisticated, structured goodness. Really impressive. Alcohol: 13.7% Price: $26 Closure: Screwcap Drink: 2013 - 2019" Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front.