TAHBILK 2011 VIOGNIER WEB SPECIAL12.5% Alcohol
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“Pale but bright quartz-green; here the vintage has helped create a Viognier with plenty of varietal presence (courtesy of peach and apricot) without investing the wine with the phenolics one often encounters.” 91 Points
James Halliday - winecompanion.com.au
“Established in 1860, Tahbilk Winery in Nagambie Lakes, Victoria, is one of our most historic wineries.
In 1990, they planted Viognier, an aromatic northern Rhone white varietal. The 2011 Tahbilk Viognier is youthful and fresh with apricot and citrus notes.”
The Age – Good Weekend Magazine
“Tahbilk’s Viognier 2011 is a great Aussie example, which at 12.5% is markedly lighter than most Viogniers, with the most delicious, white peach fruit.”
Fiona Beckett – The Guardian (UK)
“This renowned Nagambie Lakes vineyard suits Viognier well. It has fragrant, floral potpourri aromas with stone fruit, citrus and exotic spice.
It’s appetising, clean and subdued. The fine-textured palate has soft, peachy flavour, good phenolic structure without hardness and a long, aromatic finish.
Food ideas: Sautéed chicken with grapes, Vietnamese chicken and ginger stir-fry”
Ralph Kyte-Powell - The Age Epicure
“Tahbilk in Victoria’s Nagambie Lakes district, has just completed its 150th anniversary (Editor's Note – it was a couple of years ago now but who’s counting).
It might be a historic winery but it creates thoroughly modern wines. Fine and delicate, this has a bouquet of pineapple and dried apricots.
Try with Cantonese barbecued pork.”
Jeff Collerson – Sydney Daily Telegraph
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