Taminga is a variety developed by the CSIRO at Merbein, a late ripening variety well suited to producing a botrytis style wine. Botrytis on the grapes is encouraged as the botrytis draws moisture out of the berry, concentrating the flavours and sugars.
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Winery Tasting Notes
A late picked botrytis style sweet wine from the unique variety Taminga.
Light yellow gold in colour
Aromas of citrus blossom and honey.
Lusciously sweet with lingering flavours of apricot, orange peel and toffee.
Great with cheeses and dried fruits, or desserts such as lemon tart, soufflé or crème brulee.
Medals & Trophies
Silver Medal, 2013 Perth Royal Wine Show
Silver Medal, 2013 Riverland Wine Show
Silver Medal, 2013 Australian Inland Wine Show
Bronze Medal, 2013 Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show
Bronze Medal, 2013 Dan Murphy’s National Wine Show
Bronze Medal, 2013 International Sweet Riverina Wine Show
Bronze Medal, 2013 New South Wales Wine Awards
Bronze Medal, 2013 Royal Adelaide Wine Show
Bronze Medal, 2013 Royal Hobart Wine Show
Bronze Medal, 2013 Royal Melbourne Wine Show