There is plenty of fruit up-front anda good lenght and persistence hinting at a wine that will develop and soften with time in the bottle.
- TAS - Tasmania
Firm apple, mineral flavours; long palate, bone dry finish. Rating 91, Highly Recommended - James Halliday Australian Wine Companion Edition 2009
Lively floral aromatics lift out the glass, with more of that floral intensity running through the length of the palate and lingering on the finish. Winestate (01/FEB/2011)
The best Tasmanian rieslings can offer a deliciously appetising, rather Germanic personality. This wine has it, with a steely nose of tart green fruit, citrus, herb and slatey elements, and it tastes refined, tangy, long and finely textured. A zippy Euro-style that should improve... Ralph Kyte-Powell (26/OCT/2010)
A traditional dry Riesling style with lemon sherbet, ginger spice and lime-leaf aromas and flavours, fairly tight and a touch austere at this stage. Needs a little time yet.Graeme Phillips, Sunday Tasmanian (01/AUG/2010)
Quite lifted aromatics with hints of stonefruit and blossoms. Mario Vinciguerra, National Liquor News (01/MAY/2010)
Winery Tasting Notes
Bright, pale straw with tinges of green.
Vibrant aromas of lemon zest with hints of citrus blossum, a little limejuice and minerally edge.
This is a steely style with a rush of lemon/lime acidity dominating a palate that is mouthwateringly dry. There is plenty of fruit up-front and a good length and persistence hinting at a wine that will develop and soften with time in the bottle.
Medals & Trophies
Tasmanian Wine Show 2009 Jan-09
Royal Hobart Wine Show 2008 Nov-08