Celebrate summer with this refreshing spritz designed to leave a lasting impression at any gathering – Tahbilk’s Sticky Spritz. Tahbilk – Victoria’s oldest family-owned winery established in 1860 – has introduced a recipe that’s guaranteed to be a hit with spritz lovers. 

Inspired by the enduring spritz trend, cellar door manager Holly Cusworth experimented with various wines and flavours to create this unique combination. By blending Tahbilk’s late-picked Cane Cut Marsanne with its NV Coueslant Chardonnay Pinot sparkling, Holly discovered a winning fusion.

Envision vibrant tropical and marmalade notes complemented by the sweet aroma of honeysuckle and a crisp acidity from the Cane Cut Marsanne. The sparkling wine contributes melon and red berry undertones, resulting in a harmonious combination.

“The combination of sweet and fruity flavours in this spritz is delicious but not cloying. The acid in the sparkling cuts through, creating a not-too-sweet summer sensation. It’s my new ‘go to’ drink, but really it’s so special as we’ve never really served or sold a drink like this before, combining two wines from our classic portfolio,” says Holly. 

Tahbilk Spritz

How to make Tahbilk’s Sticky Spritz

  1. Half-fill a wine glass with plenty of ice and add the following:
  2. Tahbilk Cane Cut Marsanne
  3. Tahbilk NV Coueslant Chardonnay Pinot sparkling
  4. Top with soda water
  5. Add a squeeze of fresh orange juice and stir
  6. Garnish with a slice of orange and a sprig of thyme and enjoy!

The ‘Sticky Spritz’ pack will be on sale at Cellar Door for visitors, at the Tahbilk Restaurant on the Estate, or the ingredients are available for sale online, delivered straight to your door! 

The 2018 Cane Cut Marsanne is $20.95 and the NV Coueslant Chardonnay Pinot sparkling is $22.95.