Tahbilk One Million Cuttings Mixed Pack
Additional Cases: $0
Deal ends midnight 23 Jun
In 1860 John Pinney Bear, one of Tahbilk's founders placed a newspaper advert in the Geelong Advertiser asking for One Million strong vine cuttings. 155 years later and Tahbilk is now one of the most prestigious wine houses in Australia.
We’ve always liked the wines of Tahbilk, with this family owned Victorian winery pumping out ripping wines for yonks. They’re in career best form lately though, to the point that James Halliday declared them to be his 2016 Winery of the Year!
To celebrate Tahbilk’s awesomeness we’ve created a mixed case ‘compilation pack’ featuring some of their very best work. In this cracking mixed dozen you’ll find a fresh, lightly oaked medium bodied Chardonnay, a zippy and fresh Victorian Sauvignon Blanc, a generous and plump Merlot and some Sparkling to seal the deal!
A handy mixed pack, and a must have for any serious wine drinker! 100
- Please refer to individual product pages for specific winemaker's notes.
Wines in this Mixed Case
Poor old Merlot gets a gets a bad wrap. It really does. Once the cool kid, it is now way back in the line, sitting behind the swagger of Pinot Noir and the shiny newness of Nero d'Avola or Tempranillo. But you know what? Good Merlot is delicio...
In 1860, John Pinney Bear - one of Tahbilk's founders - placed a newspaper advert in the Geelong Advertiser asking for One Million strong vine cuttings. 155 years later and Tahbilk is now one of the most prestigious wine houses in Australia. This ...
The guys at Tahbilk just can do no wrong at the moment, taking out James Halliday's Winery of the Year accolade! Well done Tahbilk! This smashing Sauv Blanc is sourced from only the best, most carefully selected Victorian vineyards and the result ...
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...