Tasting Notes

Rich, ripe and juicy, with lovely plum, sultana and blackcurrant aromas jumping from the glass; the oak has largely been eaten up by the beautiful glowing fruit. The palate is pure Tahbilk at its best. There are some signs of menthol and/or eucalypt but it’s characterised by an effortless sense of balance, a gamey/mulchy/earthen deliciousness, and gorgeous ripe, even-handed tannins. It’s at its peak now, but it will live for a long while yet. Campbell Mattinson