NV Tahbilk One Million Cuttings Sparkling

NV Tahbilk One Million Cuttings Sparkling

Felix Gentle

"Lovely fruit and creamy mousse. Great value."

Felix Gentle

Johan Axlund

"Fresh and crisp, green apples. Vibrant."

Johan Axlund

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Felix Gentle

"Lovely fruit and creamy mousse. Great value."

Felix Gentle

Johan Axlund

"Fresh and crisp, green apples. Vibrant."

Johan Axlund

$10.99
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Angus Hughson

"A super elegant style for the price with a long, dry finish."

Angus Hughson


Sarah Linhart

"Floral and fresh. Light, fruity and fresh. Quite prosecco-like."

Sarah Linhart

Hunting bargain bubblies is a tough sport. Sure, there is lots out there, often with bright, inviting labels that say "I'll be good I promise". But when you pop the tops you so often end up bitterly disappointed by some average sweet fizzy rubbish. But not today! Today we have a bubbly that is so damn good the other sparklings hide in the corner. Made by the good people at Tahbilk, who were James Halliday's 2016 Winery of the Year, this surprisingly serious sparkling has crisp green apple flavours and a dry finish. The perfect summer fizz and at a plain mad price!

Expert Reviews

90 Points - Patrick EckelA great value sparkling that punches well beyond it’s price point. The wine is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, with the Chardonnay dominance of the blend coming through in terms of depth and mouthfeel. The nose has white peach, touches of citrus and brioche. The bead is fine, and beguiles the asking price, the palate is generously fruited with nectarine and green apple working against citrus and a touch of flint. Good length to finish.
Raymond ChanBright, light golden-yellow colour, a little lighter on the edge, the bubbles very fine and moderately persistent. This has a softly full nose with up-front aromas of yellow stonefruits and yeast-lees notes, along with subtle nutty elements and a suggestion of oak. Dryish to taste and medium-bodied, the palate is softly full with flavours of yellow stonefruit, nutty notes and hints of yeast. The mouthfeel is rounded with a creamy effervescence balanced by fine, crisp, lively acidity providing freshness. The wine flows along a soft-textured line, leading to a light finish with moderate length. This is an up-front, softly rounded sparkling wine with stonefruit and nutty flavours and hints of yeast with balancing freshness. 16.5 / 20 Points

Tech stuff

12.0
Nagambie Lakes
NV
Cork
Cellar to 2021
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

A lovely expressive sparkling with a fine bead and persistent length of flavour. The palate is fresh and vibrant with hints of citrus and stonefruit with a slight creaminess on the finish. Well-balanced and vibrant this wine would make a delicious aperitif.

How was it made?

Sourced from premium Victorian fruit, this bottle-fermented sparkling wine is made from predominantly Chardonnay picked early to enhance freshness. A blend of 85% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Noir, the wine undergoes MLF, with French oak contact and extended time on lees.

Who made it?

The name Tahbilk comes from the language of the Daung-wurrung clans, the first people in the area. They called it tabilk-tabilk which means place of many waterholes. Tahbilk Wines was established in 1860 in the Nagambie lakes sub region of Victoria’s Goulburn Valley. It is home to a unique meso-climate, influenced by inland lakes and lagoons fed from the Goulburn River. Purchased by the Purbrick family in 1925, Tahbilk is home to 5 generations. Tahbilk is home to 200 hectares of vine, including the traditional Rhone Valley varietals Marsanne, Viognier, Roussanne, Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvedre. Classic varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho are also present. Tahbilk's flagship 1860 Vines Shiraz is produced from the estate’s original 1/2 ha of ungrafted, pre-phylloxera Shiraz vines that are amongst the oldest in the world.

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