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Tahbilk Marsanne

1927 isn't the vintage, but it is the year these Marsanne vines were planted - considered to be some of the oldest Marsanne vines on the planet. That added vine age gives a layer of complexity above and beyond the already impressive varietal purity of the first label. Classic honeysuckle and lemon zest is underscored by a strata of richness and texture. Now sealed under a screw-cap, this Victorian classic is true to vintage, style and varietal.

Tahbilk Marsanne

Distinguished by true to the varietal lemon, citrus, spice and tropical fruits, a delightful edge of minerality and crunchy fresh acidity, Tahbilk Marsanne can be enjoyed as a current vintage release or allowed to develop signature honeysuckle and marmalade characters if carefully cellared.

Tahbilk Shiraz

Aromas of plums, spice and background peppery hints lead to a richly flavoured palate of blackberry, plum and anise fruits. Firm, supportive tannins will hold this release in good stead for further cellaring.

Tahbilk Cabernet Sauvignon

Notes of mint and five-spice are evident on a sturdily constructed palate of black olive, herbs and dark fruits alongside fine, ripe tannins that will support the development of additional character and complexity if cellared.

Tahbilk 1860 Vines Shiraz

Langton's Classification: Outstanding

The bouquet and palate show an intense mixture of ripe berry fruits combined with vanilla and spice overtones whilst fine grained, integrated tannins add further complexity. The prestigious USA Wine & Spirit magazine selected our 1860 vines plantings as one of the 25 great vineyards of the world further reinforcing the priceless inheritance of these unique releases.