When: This 2014 Marsanne is ready to drink now and it has the structure to live on for another 15 years.
Where: At your dinner table with a slow roasted pork and baked vegetables, or take it out to your favourite Dim Sum restaurant. You could also make it a treat to share at Sunday lunch with a hard or firm cheese like Tomme de Chevre, Comte or the Yarra Valley Dairy’s Bullseye.
Why: There is something special about aged Marsanne and this is how I want you to share it. Open a bottle of the 2014 Marsanne with someone special who appreciates how things of integrity only improve with age.
Description: Full bodied with beautiful notes of pear, apple and a fresh citrus finish. You can continue to cellar this wine, and watch it become more developed over time.
Varietal: 100% Marsanne
Vineyard: Yarra Glen