SKU: TAHMUSMAR10
One of the world’s rarest grape varieties, with its origins in the Northern Rhone and Hermitage regions of France, Tahbilk’s history with Marsanne can be traced back to the 1860’s when White Hermitage cuttings were sourced from ‘St Huberts’ Vineyard in Victoria’s Yarra Valley. The grape in fact was Marsanne and although none of these original plantings have survived, the Estate still has the world’s largest single holding of the varietal and some of the oldest Marsanne vines in the world established in 1927.

Grape Variety

Marsanne

Region

Nagambie Lakes

Size

750ml

Wine Style

White - crisp, thirst quenching, light-bodied

Palate

Honeyed pear, honeysuckle and citrus marmalade notes

Vintage

2010

Food Pairing

Garlic shrimp, pork cutlets, pan fried seabass

Eco-Wine

This product is from an eco-winery - purchases of this product count towards Green Tier eligibility

”With the arrival of screwcaps, and Alister Purbick's stated intention to never put a cork in any bottle of Tahbilk wine now or in the future, the 6-year museum release program for the marsanne will pay big dividends. 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.”
– V

Expert Review

Halliday Wine Companion - 95

Tahbilk

Tahbilk Museum Release Marsanne 2010

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