2009 Tahbilk Marsanne Museum Release
Nagambie Lakes, Victoria, Australia

Just fabulous. Crisp, dry and so clean with delicate, yet long lasting aromas and flavors of ginger spice, lime trees in blossom, green apple, and minerals. Perfect with sushi or roasted white meats.

95 JH

2009 Tahbilk Marsanne Museum Release


as part of a mixed case.

4+ bottles available.

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James Halliday
"95 pts ... Museum? I don't think so. This is still an adolescent, with years to travel before it reaches full maturity, let alone retirement to an old wines' home. On the one hand, there is vibrant citrussy acidity, on the other a distinct edge of honeyed flavour build-up. That said, there are lots of reasons to enjoy it right now. Drink through 2020." --07/15

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