Zeppelin Riesling 2011 (6 x 750mL), Eden Valley, SA.

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Overview

The palate is fine boned and minerally opening up to powerful lime and lemon, flavors, florals and a little spice. Lovely mouth- watering crunchy acidity is matched with softness and delicacy before a long and crisp finish.

Region:
SA - Eden Valley
State:
South Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

Pale straw green in colour.

Aroma

Aromas of fresh lime, mineral and lemon blossom.

Palate

The palate is fine boned and minerally opening up to powerful lime and lemon, flavors, florals and a little spice. Lovely mouth- watering crunchy acidity is matched with softness and delicacy before a long and crisp finish.

Food Matching

Great with any seafood dish.

Vintage
2011
Region
SA - Eden Valley
Grape Style
Riesling
Closure Type
Screwcap closure
Alcohol
12%

Winery Profile

Zeppelin was created by “Artisan of the Barossa” winemakers Corey Ryan and Kym Teusner. The wines are made using traditional techniques and a “hands off ” philosophy to create wines full of character. Proud of the region’s German heritage, the brand was named in honour of Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin – a brave and progressive man who thought big, really big.

VINEYARDS

Zeppelin is sourced from vineyards either owned by Teusner Wines or Sons of Eden, selected for their age (up to 80 years old), low yielding nature and character. Ferdinand is from a vineyard in Greenock, the Barossa Shiraz in Angaston and the Barossa Grenache is sourced from 60 to 80 year old vines between Greenock and Ebenezer.

WINEMAKING PHILOSOPHY

A very simplistic approach to winemaking, preserving individual vineyard character and making wines with personality. The red wines are made using open fermenters, pumped over by hand, and basket pressed. Predominantly older French oak is used, with Ferdinand up to 50% new, before bottling without fining or filtration. Minimal sulphur added.

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