Mount Horrocks `Cordon Cut` Riesling 2012 (12 x 375mL half bottle), SA.

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$31.90 per Bottle
$382.80 per case
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Bright pale yellow gold with a distinctive lime-edged youthfulness.Wildflower, orange essence, vanilla and musk notes leap from the glass.

SA - Clare Valley
South Australia

Expert Reviews

The 2012 edition of Stephanie Toole’s cult status sticky captures a harmony between crisp citrus zest, gruner-veltliner-like white pepper and exotic lusciousness and profound persistence of sweet honey, juicy peach, persimmon and layers of mixed spice. A savoury ferment note contributes further complexity, underlined by soft, chalky, Watervale minerality.

Rating 94 - Drink 2012-2022 - Tyson Stelzer, Wine TAste Weekly (14/SEP/2012)

Winery Tasting Notes


Very pale yellow gold.


Essence of lime, vanilla and spice aromatics.


Beautifully concentrated, complex sweet Riesling, providing bell-clear varietal citrus notes along with stonefruit and attractive florals. Ginger and spice notes dance across the sherbet-like palate which is pristine-clean, light and elegant, bright and long.Easily one of the best Cordon Cuts of the past decade, it is lighter and more tangy than the 2011, with a year or two more cellaring potential.

Food Matching

Serve with foie gras or similar savoury-toned appetisers or citrus & stone-fruit desserts.

SA - Clare Valley
Grape Style
Dessert Wines
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Mount Horrocks Wines is operated by proprietor / winemaker Stephanie Toole, who restricts production to approximately 4,500 cases per annum to achieve her aims of quality and single vineyard expression. With an emphasis on sustainable natural farming and organic practices, Mount Horrocks Wines has vineyards at three sites totalling 10 hectares in the Clare Valley.

Stephanie carefully crafts her wines, which she describes as “essentially hand made food wines with emphasis on structure as well as generous fruit flavours”. All grapes are hand picked, and only the finest French oak is used for those wines spending time in barrel.

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