Located in the Nagambie Lakes region of central Victoria and with a history dating back to the 1860's, Tahbilk has long been considered one of Australia's most historic family owned wineries.
Tahbilk's Cabernet Sauvignon is a remarkably consistent performer which has seen it establish itself as one of Australia's popular red wines. The 2017 vintage is another ripper, packed with the classic cassis, dark plum and mulberry notes, which are enhanced by nuances of Asian five spice, mint and touches of mocha. Deliciously approachable now, this is sure to only get better with some time in the cellar.
“93 Points. Elegant, fresh and linear. Purple red in colour of medium depth. It’s all fresh, blackcurrant and blackberry, pie-like vanilla crust with a sprinkle of vanilla. The cooler season bringing more precise and higher contrast fruit with slightly chalky tannins. The framework more refined, the result better.” -David Bicknell MW, www.winecompanion.com.au
"Betwixt and between in some aspects: A modern Cabernet grasping its rustic roots. The melange of blackcurrant, sappy mint and turned earth with coffeed mocha undertones indicates a continued charging of the guard from this central Victorian stalwart. Ultimately a smooth palate with a wink of rustic, blocky tannin. Filled with black fruits: some savoury providing good shade to the light. Good now and good in 15 years. RRP: $27.50. 14% alc. Rating: 17.5/20"- Regan Drew, vinonotebook.com.
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