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Tahbilk 1927 Vines Marsanne 2012

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Country: Australia

Region: Victoria

Grape Variety: Marsanne

Vintage: 2012

ABV: 12.5%

Closure: Screw Cap

Bottle Size: 75cl


Tahbilk 1927 Vines Marsanne has a floral nose with a slight petrol aroma which opens up to a rich and complex palate. The palate follows through with notes of beeswax, lemon zest and honeysuckle.

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Tahbilk 1927 Vines Marsanne

Tahbilk 1927 Vines Marsanne has lovely zesty citrus flavours with a refreshing minerality and rich honeysuckle flavours. Pairs well with chicken dishes.

Tahbilk has a long history of producing fine wines. Moreover with the help of rich ferric-oxide/sandy loam soils and temperate climate.

With over 150 years of winemaking experience you are sure to find some absolute gems in the Tahbilk repertoire.


Whether it be ‘1860 Vines’, ‘Eric Stevens Purbrick’ or the (far from) standard Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, there is a history and character with both varietals that goes back generations.

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. The meso-climate of the vineyards is significantly influenced by inland water mass.

Furthermore the numerous lakes and lagoons linked by the Goulburn River create a moderate, cooler climate within Victoria.

Throughout its career, Tahbilk has obtained over 1000 awards for wines produced on the Estate.

These awards include the Diploma of Honour, the highest award obtainable at the Greater London Exhibition of 1899.

Also First Order of Merit and Medals in London, Philadelphia, Paris, Bordeaux, Calcutta, Brussels, Amsterdam, Melbourne, Adelaide and Dunedin.

Over 60 firsts have been obtained at the Royal Shows of Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane, and since the introduction of the medal awards in 1965 and until the end of 2013, Tahbilk wines have been awarded 54 Trophies, 247 Gold, 559 Silver, 1900 Bronze, 7 Very Highly Commended, 11 Highly Commended and 45 Commended medals.

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