Taminga is an aromatic Australian white variety Taminga is a white cross bred created in 1970 by CSIRO’s A J Antcliff at Merbein station in Victoria, Australia. It is high yielding, late ripening and bred specifically for warm Australian conditions.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

The berry colour is white and it produces a highly aromatic, with orange blossom, lemon, peach, and quince aromas, and good acidity.

Fresh Taminga grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Taminga is mainly grown in the Murray Valley in South Australia and New South Wales. Taminga is productive grape variety, it is bred specially for the warm Australian climate. It can contribute aromatic interest to otherwise dull white blends. Some wineries also make a high-quality lightly botrytized sweet version. The aromatic and good acidity, makes it pairs well with salad, Asian food and some seafood dishes.

Foods to pair with Taminga:

Asian food
Fun Fact about Taminga
Taminga is a white cross bred created in 1970.

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