$25.65 in any six
$18.99 in any six
$24.69 in any six
Bremerton Tamblyn is a blend of four premium red varieties all grown in Langhorne Creek that have been blended to create a generous well balanced wine showing lifted violet and red cherry aromas with mouth filling fruit and soft tannins. For the price, easily one of the best Cabernet blends available.
Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, a bit of tar, mint
sauce, spice - oak in background. Then a succulent
and juicy palate featuring just-right-for-drinking-now
tannin, balanced acidity and a dry savoury finish.
Gluggable, easy-going and flavoursome, essential
Australian BBQ red attractiveness and value for
money. And yum with it.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 90 points
Tam is a longstanding player in the A team of cab shiraz quaffers, the best entry reds in the comp. Season pass holders will note an extra layer of cherry berry fruit vibrancy in this brand new vintage. If you're new to the game, make your acquaintance right away or put it down for a few years.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 92 points
Again here its ever reliable self... Its smooth and bold, loaded with currant fruit flavour...and then warm, coffeed minty and satisfying through the finish. It has all bases covered full of richness, impact and satiny texture.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 92 points
Campbell Mattinson & Gary Walsh
Source: The Big Red Wine Book 2010/11
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