Tamburlaine Win at Organic & Biodynamic Wine Show -18 Awards Won Out of 19 Entered

July 16, 2020

 

The 2020 Organic and Biodynamic Wine Show results are out with Tamburlaine Organic Wines taking out 18 awards from the 19 wines entered.

The 2020 Organic and Biodynamic Wine Show results are out with Tamburlaine Organic Wines taking out 18 awards from the 19 wines entered.

 

Tamburlaine Group Senior Winemaker, Aaron Mercer, said the wins consolidate a pivotal year for the Hunter Valley and Orange Region based business.

 

“It has been a significant year for Tamburlaine,” Aaron outlined.

 

“These awards follow on from our expansion in the Orange Wine Region via the purchase of a winery facility at Cudal and the opening of a second cellar door in Millthorpe recently.

 

“The wine show wins consolidate our belief that we are still getting it right and creating exceptional drinking experiences for our loyal customers. We have remained true to the core of what we do, and we consistently do it well.”

 

Tamburlaine received five stars and Equal Top In Category/Eligible for Wine of the Year for their 2019 Reserve Orange Fume.

 

They also took out four and a half stars and Equal Top In Category/Eligible for Wine of the Year for their 2018 Orange Cabernet Sauvignon.

 

Four and a half stars and Eligible for the Year Taste-off for their 2019 On The Grapevine Orange Riesling was also awarded along with 2019 Reserve Orange Riesling, respectively.

 

Tamburlaine’s long-term commitment to retaining a winemaking philosophy around ‘Contemporary Organic Practices’ in the vineyard and the winery is central to the success according to Aaron.Aaron was awarded the Hunter Valley Rising Star accolade himself in 2018.

 

He puts the recent awards down to the consistent quality of the wines that are being produced by Tamburlaine along with the exceptional talent on-staff.

 

“It’s a great time to be making organic wine,” Aaron outlined.

 

“The industry is growing and developing immensely. It is significant to be at the forefront of such a dynamic industry and creating award winning bottles for Australia’s largest producer of organic wines.

 

“I would like to congratulate and thank the dedicated Tamburlaine staff for their hard work and dedication.These awards belong to everyone. Well done!” 

 

Photo credit ‘Wine Australia’ – Tamburlaine Organic Wines Group Senior Winemaker, Aaron Mercer, and Managing Director, Mark Davidson.

 

 

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