Trentham Noble Taminga 2006

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Almost half a century ago, the first vines were planted at Trentham Cliffs in far west New South Wales. Trentham Esta...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Almost half a century ago, the first vines were planted at Trentham Cliffs in far west New South Wales. Trentham Estate is part of the former sheep station called 'Trentham Cliffs' which was settled in the 1930's by the Chanter family. In 1948-49 the riverfront was developed into horticultural properties, and so began the settlement of Trentham Cliffs. Trentham Estate is a small boutique winery specialising in varietal grape growing and production, situated on the New South Wales side of the Murray River, some 15km from Mildura. The Murphy family were pioneers who first established vineyards at Merbein in the Sunraysia area in 1909. John Murphy, who bought Trentham Estate, died in 1997 leaving his sons Patrick and Anthony as the Estate's viticulturist and chief winemaker. Each brother is an expert in his particular field. Unlike many Australian sweet white styles the Noble Taminga is very much a 'fruit driven' wine without dominating botrytis characters or excessive sweetness. The 2006 vintage, we believe, is one of the best Tamingas we have made to date and shows excellent fruit and balanced sweetness. The wine displays lifted citrus and apricot aromas with luscious sweetness and balanced acidity. Great with a platter of Great with a platter of cheese and dried fruits or try with dessert like lemon tart, souffles, or passionfruit creme brulee.

Almost half a century ago, the first vines were planted at Trentham Cliffs in far west New South Wales. Trentham Estate is part of the former sheep station called 'Trentham Cliffs' which was settled in the 1930's by the Chanter family. In 1948-49 the riverfront was developed into horticultural properties, and so began the settlement of Trentham Cliffs. Trentham Estate is a small boutique winery specialising in varietal grape growing and production, situated on the New South Wales side of the Murray River, some 15km from Mildura. The Murphy family were pioneers who first established vineyards at Merbein in the Sunraysia area in 1909. John Murphy, who bought Trentham Estate, died in 1997 leaving his sons Patrick and Anthony as the Estate's viticulturist and chief winemaker. Each brother is an expert in his particular field. Unlike many Australian sweet white styles the Noble Taminga is very much a 'fruit driven' wine without dominating botrytis characters or excessive sweetness. The 2006 vintage, we believe, is one of the best Tamingas we have made to date and shows excellent fruit and balanced sweetness. The wine displays lifted citrus and apricot aromas with luscious sweetness and balanced acidity. Great with a platter of Great with a platter of cheese and dried fruits or try with dessert like lemon tart, souffles, or passionfruit creme brulee.

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