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Noble Taminga, Trentham Estate

Taminga is a late-ripening variety well suited to producing a botrytis (also known as noble rot) style wine.

A late picked botrytis style sweet wine made from the unique variety Taminga. Light yellow gold in colour with aromas of citrus blossom and honey; lusciously sweet with lingering flavours of apricot, orange peel and toffee. Beautiful acidity holds the wine all together.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

11.0 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

105.0 g/L

pH

3.81

ACIDITY

7.1 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Anthony Murphy

VARIETY

Taminga

FINED USING

Bentonite

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

Half bottle

REGION

Murray Darling

VEGETARIAN

Yes

VEGAN

Yes

Vinification details

Once harvested, the fruit was destemmed and pressed. The intense, thick, syrupy juice was settled cold to remove all of the heavy solids. The juice was then fermented with a very neutral yeast to allow the spectacular fruit flavours to really shine. The ferment was then halted to retain the high natural sweetness. The wine was finished, stabilized and held cold until bottling in April 2021.

Awards

DWWA & IWC: Silver
Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 90 pts

 

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Noble Taminga, Trentham Estate

Taminga is a late-ripening variety well suited to producing a botrytis (also known as noble rot) style wine.

A late-picked botrytis-style sweet wine from the unique variety Taminga. Light yellow gold in colour with aromas of citrus blossom and honey; lusciously sweet with lingering flavours of apricot, orange peel and toffee.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

11.0 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

108.0 g/L

pH

3.70

ACIDITY

7.2 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Anthony Murphy

VARIETY

Taminga

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

Half bottle

REGION

Murray Darling

VEGETARIAN

Yes

VEGAN

Yes

Vinification details

Once harvested, the fruit was de-stemmed and pressed. The thick, syrupy juice was cold settled and racked to ferment with a neutral yeast before stopping the ferment sweet at 9.2 Baume. After clarification and stabilisation the wine was bottled without oak maturation.

Awards

Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 92 pts
IWSC 2018: Silver

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Full golden-bronze; lusciously sweet citrus, apricot, peach and honey chase each other around the bouquet and palate.

Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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Noble Taminga, Trentham Estate

Taminga is a late-ripening variety well suited to producing a botrytis (also known as noble rot) style wine.

A late-picked botrytis-style sweet wine from the unique variety Taminga. Light yellow gold in colour with aromas of citrus blossom and honey; lusciously sweet with lingering flavours of apricot, orange peel and toffee.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

11.0 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

132.0 g/L

pH

3.95

ACIDITY

8.0 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Anthony Murphy

VARIETY

Taminga

HARVEST DATE

June 2013

FINED USING

Milk

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

Half bottle

REGION

Murray Darling

Vinification details

Once harvested, the fruit was de-stemmed and pressed. The thick, syrupy juice was cold settled and racked to ferment with a neutral yeast before stopping the ferment sweet at 9.2 Baume. After clarification and stabilisation the wine was bottled without oak maturation.

Awards

Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 90 pts
Wine Front: 5*

 

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