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Tahbilk Wines

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Tahbilk Museum Cabernet Sauvignon 2009-Red Wine-World Wine
Tahbilk Museum Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
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James Halliday – "Positive red-purple, still youthful; blackcurrant, earth, spice and cedar run through the bouquet and medium- to full-bodied palate, which has considerable drive and length, tannins perfectly pitched. In its infancy, its future assured." James Halliday ~ www.winecompanion.com.au

$26.99
Tahbilk Museum Shiraz 2009-Red Wine-World Wine
Tahbilk Museum Shiraz 2009
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jh93

James Halliday – Bright, clear crimson-purple; subtle changes in the approach to making Tahbilk's red wines (and the use of screwcap) has lifted all the wines a notch; here positive oak embraces blackberry, black cherry and plum fruit, the tannins evident but soft - one of the most obvious hallmarks of the change.

$26.99
Tahbilk Museum Marsanne 2010-White Wine-World Wine
Tahbilk Museum Marsanne 2010
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James Halliday – "Gleaming green-gold; just a lovely wine, with the best bits of youth and incipient maturity to its mix of honeysuckle and perfectly balanced citrussy acidity.' James Halliday ~ www.winecompanion.com.au

$26.99
Tahbilk Museum Cabernet Sauvignon 2007-Red Wine-World Wine
Tahbilk Museum Cabernet Sauvignon 2007
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jh93

James Halliday – "The National Trust classification of this great 19th-century winery, history seeping from every pore, is jealously guarded by Alister Purbrick. The wine has retained good hue and, while it is not quite at the Olympian level of the 2006, it is in the mainstream of the Tahbilk style, with attractive cassis, berry and earth aromas, then a medium-bodied and particularly well-balanced palate, the red and blackberry fruit supported by fine, ripe tannins. Fifteen years will not tire it." James Halliday ~ www.winecompanion.com.au

$26.99
Tahbilk Museum Shiraz 2012-Red Wine-World Wine
Tahbilk Museum Shiraz 2012
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jh92

James Halliday – “Estate-grown and bottled. A wine that creeps up on you, growing each time it is re-tasted, in particular the plum and blackberry fruits; the tannins, too, are fine, rather than rustic. All in all, a good reflection of a top vintage. 92 Points” James Halliday – www.winecompanion.com.au

$26.99