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2020 Tahbilk Marsanne
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- Cellar Drink Now - 6 years (2021-2027)
- ABV 13%
- 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 pale straw colour with greenish tinged edges and a watery hue. Pronounced fresh pear, lime and honeysuckle scents jump from the glass with hints of spicy bees wax also evident. Intense and texturally rounded yet fresh, the palate features generous pear and lime fruits over a back drop of subtle honeysuckle and light cinnamon spice. Finishes dry with a fleshy medium to long aftertaste.
Delicious drinking now but with 5-6 years cellaring will reveal Marsanne’s classic aged rich toasty, marmalade and honeyed characters.
Tahbilk has made marsanne its own, the quality and style seemingly set in stone, or should I say steel. Citrus, apple and pear now, honeysuckle biding its time because it is certain to arrive in a year or 2, when the texture of the wine will be transformed. Drink by 2028.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion
This is a particularly fruity, fruit salad-y, open-for-business expression of Tahbilk Marsanne. It’s both pleasant and pleasing, but it’s also well balanced and tantalisingly persistent. You can go out now, no problems. But it can also be cellared with confidence. Drink 2020-2030+
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front