Lemon in colour. See previous notes. Tahbilk have the oldest Marsanne grapes on earth dating back to 1927. Their best Cuvée of Marsanne is called 1927 and is made from those original plantings - very long lived. This entry level Cuvée is herbal, simple, uncomplicated, and refreshing with plenty of acid. A touch of honeysuckle developing but not as much as there will be with further cellaring. Finishes dry. A good mid week quaffer with potential. — 3 months ago
Wonderfully balanced, pleasing wine — 10 months ago
Complex, roasted nuts and dark fruits, in a perfect drinking window — 3 years ago
The winner as the Downs Club Club Red from 46 entries. My highest pointed was Tahbilk One Million Cuttings at 91 points but Democracy prevails. — 4 years ago
Complex nose of cherry, currant, menthol, Asian spice, and light roast coffee.
Ripe and juicy cherry and red plum with med acidity and med+ tannin. The tannins are smooth and well integrated. Nice, spicy oak notes on the finish.
Really delicious, well made stuff. A bit more oak than I remember from the '15, but it's well integrated. — 5 months ago
Clear, pale gold colour. Clean, pronounced minerality with petrol aromas more reminiscent of Riesling than Marsanne. Dry, high acidity, light bodied. Pronounced pear and lemon flavours with slate. An outstanding wine. — 9 months ago
Rich & broad, with nice structure and surprising freshness. Citrus & apricot mingles with almonds and herby undertones. On the palate quite textured with nice minerality and good balance. Works really well with strong, aged cheese. — 3 years ago
Medium to full body. Peppery on the pallets with strawberries and cherries. Medium tannin with lingering peppery on the palette. Good value from the cellar release of Dan Murphy. — 5 months ago
Plum, blackberry, black pepper, eucalyptus, some oak spice. Very juicy on the palate with ripe fruit, med acidity and soft tannin. Hints of oak. Quite elegant overall.
Very impressed with this producer so far. Very balanced and drinkable with some spicy varietal typicity as well. — 6 months ago