The estate at Tahbilk is pretty big and they have a large range of wines. We spent time with Alister Purbrick who chatted to us about the history of the estate and how the harvest has been going for 2016.
The unusual thing about Tahbilk is they run old traditional winemaking techniques and practices for the red wines but have a new world approach for the white wines. The feel of history is everywhere around Tahbilk from the vines to the cellar and it makes a great visit to absorb this history as you roam around.
The favourite wine on this tasting was the Tahbilk Marsanne 2015. Tahbilk holds the largest and oldest single holding of the Marsanne variety in the world.
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