Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2016 Senejac gives notions of...
Beguiling scents of wilted roses, oolong tea, crushed rocks, wild sage,...
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2016 Leoville Barton delivers a...
The 2016 Langoa Barton is medium to deep garnet-purple colored and opens...
Lively aromas of white peach, apricot, orange blossom and a touch of honeysuckle. Mouthwatering tropical fruits on the palate with notes of citrus, marmalade and honey, underpinned by delicate minerality and a lovely crisp, linear acidity running through the core. Complex, mouthfilling and delicious, with a very long length.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Region||Nagambie Lakes Victoria|
|Pairing||an ideal match with Asian cuisine|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
The iconic Australian Tahbilk Winery dates back to 1860 and has some of the oldest ungrafted, pre-phylloxera Shiraz vines in the world, as well as boasting the largest single acreage of Marsanne.
The name Tahbilk is derived from the aboriginal word ‘Tabilk-tabilk’ - meaning ‘place of many wateringholes’ - as the vineyards are located in the unique Nagambie Lakes sub-region of central Victoria.
Nagambie Lakes is one of only six regions in the world where the meso-climate of the vineyards is significantly influenced by inland water mass. The numerous lakes and lagoons linked by the Goulburn River create a moderate, cooler climate within Victoria. There are 235 hectares under vine, which include the French Rhône varietals of Marsanne, Viognier, Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvedre, alongside traditional varieties. The unique red sandy loam soils with a high ferric-oxide content are found in only one other location in Victoria
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