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Cane Cut 2015 Marsanne

2015 'Cane Cut' Marsanne

12.0% Alcohol | Screw Cap Closure | Enjoy Now to 2023/2025 | 500ml

This latest ‘Cane Cut’ release sees sweet honeysuckle notes alongside two-fruits marmalade and tropical characters embraced by a fresh grape acidity.
Lusciously honeyed and succulent without being cloying and totally delicious with a rhubarb tart or stinky cheese platter.

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First planted on the Estate in the 1860’s, Tahbilk has the largest single holding of Marsanne worldwide along with vines dating back to 1927 that are amongst the oldest in the world.
Adding to the Marsanne mystique for Tahbilk has been the addition from the 2011 vintage of a 'Cane Cut' release. 
The canes of selected Marsanne vines are cut to allow the fruit to naturally dehydrate. The vine then sustains itself by absorbing water from the grape bunches which then shrivel, concentrating the sugars and flavours which creates a rich and lusciuos wine.

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FREE Delivery

Delivery is FREE to addresses in VIC, NSW, ACT, SA & QLD for all orders in dozen lots - straight or mixed cases, Wine Club Special Offers and Magnums.
There is a standard $12.00 delivery charge per dozen, Wine Club Special Offer or Magnum for deliveries to WA, NT & TAS.

For some rural areas, delivery may be to a local depot or designated drop-off point for collection.


Since 2012 Tahbilk Winery has achieved the goal of being 'Carbon Neutral'. This means that through a transparent process of measuring emissions, reducing those emissions and offsetting residual emissions, our net calculated carbon emissions equal zero.
This is a journey not a destination; see our carboNZero certified journey.


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