It’s pretty much what you expect of a Tahbilk Shiraz. It’s decidedly and unambiguously minty – almost peppermint here – with a little chocolate biscuit, black fruit, Spanish black olives , salt beef and nougat oak. Medium bodied, deeply seated fleshy tannin, well bedded acidity, ample fruit and a finish of good length and persistence – all choc-mint slice, with a suggestion of leather to come. Good release. The Wine Front
Now with 8 years of bottle age, the Museum release is a steal - on top of the note above, now lots of damp earth, brown spices and leather - a very comfortable red to drink with your T-bone. One of our great old fashioned producers. Can cellar through to 2028.
Ian Cook - FWC