Tahbilk Marsanne 2000

Tahbilk's 2000 vintage of its marsanne revealed a rather remarkable fresh, yet oxidative, aroma of nuts and oil.  Amazing.  Yet, so rarely in my experience, a wonderful aroma led to a disappointing palate, with a persistent slightly unpleasant elevated acidity marring otherwise pleasant flavours.  80 points.

Price: $33.30
Source: retail (Dan Murphy's)
Website: http://www.tahbilk.com.au/
Nagambie
July 20, 2010
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Comments

Chris Plummer said…
Was this the 1927 Vines Sean?
It was the 1927 vines wine. I tasted this wine with a few other people (including the fine wine guy selling it), and the verdict was unfortunately fairly unanimous on the palate. Gee, I loved the nose though!

Cheers
Sean

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