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When young the nose and palate exhibit intense aroma's and flavors of lemon, peach and tropical fruits with a dry mineral raciness; whilst with bottle age these will complex and develop into the familiar honeysuckle fragrance and character traditionally associated with Marsanne. Marsanne, one of the world's rarest grape varieties - a wine with it's roots in France but its heart in the Nagambie Lakes Region of central Victoria.
"Pronounced honeysuckle aromas, the flavour and structure offering more than is usual so young. Could be special with a few more years bottle age."
Australian Wine Companion
"From fruit off some of the oldest Marsanne plantings in the world, dating back to 1927, the 2009 Marsanne has intense aromas of honeyed white peach, ripe pears and orange blossom. The moderately viscous, medium-bodied palate has a solid backbone of high acidity. Very clean and pure, this wine has a good intensity of stone fruit flavors and a long finish. Drinking now if you prefer a primary fruit style, this Marsanne has the capacity to age 7-9+ years, developing a richer, beeswax / dried fruit character."
The Wine Advocate
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