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Tamburlaine Organic Wines - OTG Riesling 2021 Tamburlaine Organic Wines - OTG Riesling 2021

Tamburlaine Organic Wines - OTG Riesling 2021

Food friendly Riesling

Single Bottle:

In stock



Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:12.6%



Tasting Notes

Lifted floral aromas of orange blossom and jasmine, bright acidity and a refined citrus driven palate. An excellent example of cool climate Riesling.

Technical Info

Brand:Tamburlaine Organic Wines


Organic Certification:SXC - 20131

Country of Origin:Australia

Serving Temperature: 7-10°C

Drink By:2029

Winemaking Style:Traditional

Harvest:Dry vintage with a long ripening season. Riesling picked late February to early March.

Viticulture:From high altitude vineyards of Orange, NSW.

Food Pairing:Oysters with mignonette sauce, stir-fried glass noodles, pork and chive dumplings, coconut lemongrass soup, scallop ceviche, sashimi, steamed seabass with soy and ginger

Taste Profile


Full Body






Tamburlaine Organic Wines

The journey of Tamburlaine dates back to 1966 when it was established in the renowned wine region of Hunter Valley, Australia, by Dr. Lance Allen. This visionary founder was well ahead of his time in recognizing the importance of sustainable and organic winemaking practices. Tamburlaine is that they are not only a pioneer in organic viticulture but also one of the largest organic wine producers in Australia. Over the years, Tamburlaine has expanded its vineyard holdings to other premium wine regions in Australia, including the Orange region in New South Wales and the Wrattonbully region in South Australia. In 2017, Mark Davidson took over as the Managing Director and Chief Winemaker at Tamburlaine, leading the charge in continuing the legacy of producing outstanding organic wines.

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