Tahbilk 2020 Marsanne
I seriously can’t go past a glass of Tahbilk Marsanne and I have been lucky enough to receive a sample of the 2020 vintage! Thank you Tahbilk.
Tahbilk are located in Victoria’s Nagambie Lakes and if you have the patience their Marsanne ages so well!! Make sure you try some of their older vintages if you can.
Fun fact Tahbilk have the largest single holding of the Marsanne grape in the WORLD and have vines dating back to 1927! Wow.
This beauty retails for about $20 and is available online via tahbilk.com.au.
We found the 2020 Tahbilk Marsanne a lemongrass colour in the glass with hints of citrus (grapefruit), golden syrup, minerality, florals and tropical fruits (pineapple) on the nose. In the mouth those flavours wash through the taste buds in a superb refreshing manner.
This wine was sent to me as a sample, I was under no obligation to post about it.
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!
Tahbilk 2018 Marsanne
Hello, new release Tahbilk Winery 2018 Marsanne from Nagambie Lakes in Central Victoria! This Marsanne is so fresh and crisp right now and over the next 10 years, it’ll develop lovely honey and toasty characteristics.
Marsanne is a white grape variety which is most commonly found in the Rhône region in France. Tahbilk was the first to plant Marsanne in Australia and has vines dating back to 1927.
The 2018 is a pale yellow, nearly water white colour in the glass (this will deepen with age). On the nose, it smells of florals, herbs and citru
s. While in the mouths it’s fresh, dry and wonderfully refreshing making it the ultimate aperitif.
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy! #winesample from FireWorks PR #tcweekdaywine