Elegant, harmonious and complex wines, usually of medium palate weight. Intense blackberry aromas with hints of white pepper, pointing to the wines’ Central Victorian origin, combine with French oak clove and vanilla, enhancing the fruit sweetness on the nose, with great consistency on the palate. These elegant wines age gracefully.
Smooth, powerful and intense wine of great complexity. Wild yeast, lees creaminess and elegant, well-integrated oak combine with Tallarook’s intense green melon and citrus flavours to form a harmonious palate with deeply satisfying texture and lingering, savoury after-taste. Cellaring for 5 years will see further complexity emerging.
Rich and smooth, these wines display intriguing aromas, evolving to a complex range of flavours on the palate. Smooth yeast creaminess tends to be tempered by characteristic varietal chalkiness. These wines promise increased richness and interest with bottle age. Extended cellaring is recommended.
Delicate and finely structured, these wines show great length and persistence. Tallarook’s characteristic spice is particularly prominent in this wine. Cellaring for three years will see further, interesting development.
Tallarook Viognier is all about texture, length and aromatics. Delightful wines, best enjoyed young – although they do develop intriguing complexity with 2-3 years in the bottle.