2024 Reserve Hunter Valley Semillon

2024 Reserve Hunter Valley Semillon

2024 Reserve Hunter Valley Semillon

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Winemaking:
A combination of handpicked and selective machine harvesting at optimum ripeness across our premium vineyard site of Tamburlaine that sits around the winery. Juice was lightly pressed, cold settled and clarified before a cool fermentation for ten days in stainless steel tanks. A cultured yeast strain for alcoholic fermentation used. Matured for four months on light yeast lees in stainless steel tanks. Blended, gently fined and filtered before bottling in May 2024. Alcohol 11.2%

Tasting Notes:
Colour |
Straw core with clear green hues
Bouquet | Fresh delicate citrus, white florals
Palate | Zesty lemon citrus and grapefruit concentration with gentle lees texture and fine acid structure. A generous but classic Hunter with pedigree.

Enjoy with:
Seafood, soups, Mexican

Cellaring:Drink now or wait for the classic Hunter Semillon in 5+ years

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Our Passion behind what we do

Tamburlaine Organic Wine's journey to 'Contemporary Organics' began in the late '90s and continues today. We believe in continuously improving our practices in vineyards and wineries not just for the sake of fashion, but because it makes sense. Established in 1966, Tamburlaine was purchased in 1985 by a small group led by Managing Director and Chief Winemaker, Mark Davidson. With a long-term view, Tamburlaine has built a unique winemaking philosophy based on modern scientific thinking and a holistic approach to grape growing and winemaking practices. Despite challenges, Tamburlaine has emerged as one of Australia's leading organic producers.

Constantly Striving for Perfection

Tamburlaine Organic Wine has experienced incredible transformation in its vineyards in the Hunter and Orange Regions of NSW through the implementation of contemporary organic thinking. The health of the soils and vines has improved, resulting in consistently high-quality fruit. With a vineyard expansion to approximately 450 hectares and an annual production of around 200,000 cases, Tamburlaine has become a significant player in the wine industry. The high altitude, cool climate conditions, and volcanic soils in Orange have solidified its position as one of Australia's top premium wine regions. The integration of biodynamic methods into their organic management has been shown to enhance soil health, which is now recognized as a key determinant of superior wine quality.