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2019 Tahbilk Marsanne
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- Cellar Drink Now - 8 years (2020-2028)
- ABV 12%
- Closure: Stelvin
Established in 1860 and purchased by the Purbrick family in 1925, Tahbilk has the world’s largest single holding of Marsanne, a grape that plays a major role in some of the worlds most famed white wines, those of Hermitage in Northern Rhone.
Brilliant very pale straw colour with greenish tinged edges and a watery hue. Pronounced pear, subtle fresh apricot and lime scents are trailed by hints of honeysuckle and very faint notions of lemon butter. Vibrant flavours of green pears and lime fill the mouth over a citrus and subtle honeysuckle back drop. Finishes dry with fresh snappy acidity and a medium to long aftertaste.
Delicious drinking now but with 6-8 years cellaring will reveal Marsanne’s classic aged rich toasty, marmalade and honeyed characters.
Having tasted Tahbilk Marsannes at their release over the past 40+ years, I have gained the ability to be confident about the prospects of this label. It has Meyer lemon flavours, honeysuckle aromas and bright acidity all in balance. It will grow and grow in bottle - and in your estimation of its worth. Drink by 2039.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion
Should be on the wine equivalent of honour roll in Australia. Or maybe that’s the Langton’s Classification..?
Meanwhile, this is great to drink. Expected lean, racy style, just a little extra pool of lime-on-green-apple to finish taking the texture of the narrow train tracks, a come-hither mouth-watering close to a lean, racy, refreshing drink. You can feel the tension, the quiet sizzle of acidity and minerally things, a touch of green mango in 2019 – it’s not all that complex yet but it is all up so refreshing and delicious. Some for the cellar, some for the yacht. Drink 2019-2030+
Mike Bennie – The Wine Front