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Tahbilk Museum Release Nagambie Lakes Marsanne 2017

£124.02
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6 bottle(s) at £20.67 per bottle.
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AHD5471017A
 

Tahbilk Museum Release Nagambie Lakes Marsanne 2017

  • Country- Australia
  • Region- Victoria
  • Grape Varieties- Marsanne 100%
  • Alcohol by volume- 12%
  • Dry/Sweet value: 1 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)
    Residual Sugar: 3
    Contains Sulphites: Yes
    Vegetarian/Vegan: No/No
    Milk/Eggs: Yes/No
    Organic: No
    Biodynamic: No
  • Case size 6/75cl
  • Producer- Tahbilk
  • The complexity that comes with age, shines through with lifted honeysuckle and toasty notes on the nose. The rich and honeyed palate is brimming with lemon citrus fruits and finishes with a chalky, mineral freshness.
2x cases 10% off

Made in a reductive style – without contact with oxygen to preserve the fresh, fruity character. The fruit was destemmed, lightly crushed and cooled through a heat exchanger and pressed. The must was clarified and fermented with neutral yeasts at low temperatures of 10 to 12°C, fermenting at 0.5 to 1° Baume per day. The ferment stopped at 2 to 3 grams per litre residual sugar. The wine did not go through malolactic conversion in order to retain its crisp character. It was then protein stabilised, cold stabilised, medium filtered, blended and bottled.

The complexity that comes with age, shines through with lifted honeysuckle and toasty notes on the nose. The rich and honeyed palate is brimming with lemon citrus fruits and finishes with a chalky, mineral freshness.

More Information
CountryAustralia
Vintage2017
Bottles Per Case6
Bottle Size75
2 cases 10% offYes
Winery

Tahbilk vineyards are grouped along the banks of the Goulburn River and an anabranch of it that flows through the estate. The water has a tempering influence on the climate. The vines are grown at approximately 134 meters elevation of gently undulating and flat terrain. The soils are sandy loams with ferric oxide content, which varies from very fine sand near the anabranch to denser loams on the plains. The vines planted prior to 1986 are on ARG rootstocks. They are trained on a single wire trellis with a mixture of head and cordon training, with cane pruning. Tahbilk's vines are sustainably cultivated; composting and mulching take place which improves soil health by promoting earthworm activity. Mulching helps to control weeds and conserves water, reducing vine stress. The grapes were hand-picked.

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