GOLD MEDAL | Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2021
96 POINTS | Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion
93 POINTS | Nick Stock, JamesSuckling.com
91 POINTS | Gabrielle Poy, The Real Review
One of the great, dry Australian Rieslings. Crisp and linear with rapier like acidity framing background flavours of tangy lemon/lime. Mineral notes and some salinity enter the equation. Enjoy now with seafoods or cellar for the long haul. Exemplary.
Nick Stock writes "A very intense and chiseled riesling with aromas and flavors of lemon, white peach and plenty of white florals. The long finish drives deep on a stream of fresh acidity."
Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion writes "You can always tell a good riesling from its velocity and shape in the mouth; an almost tubular, porcelain tunnel of limey fruit propelling itself across the palate. The fruit here is crystalline and pure, all juicy lemon and lime, etched against a framework of quartz-like acidity. Wafts and orange blossom lift it up, a touch of marzipan and crushed stone flit by, before the wine gathers pace and speeds, bone dry, towards its limey, mineral-laden finish. Such a delight to drink now, but a wine that will cellar wonderfully."
The winery writes "Pale lemon with lime hues. Fragrant aromas of lemon and lime zest, white peach and citrus blossom, with hints of ginger, lemon balm and white rose. The palate is concentrated and pure with flavours of tangerine, grilled lemon and crisp green apple, framed by fine minerality giving shape and focus, excellent balance and a long finish."