Trelawney `Watervale` Riesling 2016 (12 x 750ml), Clare Valley, SA.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049

RRP $17

$6.67 per Bottle
$80 per case
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SA - Clare Valley
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Clare Valley, one of Australia’s oldest wine regions, is home to the aromatic grape variety called Riesling.


When turned into wine, it’s undeniably one of the exciting white wines with its pale straw, youthful green tints and brilliant clarity.


Experience the bursting and piercing flavour of fruits with its scents of lemon blossom, floral nuances and fresh limes that will enliven your nose. The beautiful balanced palate combines the classic Riesling characters of lime juice, grapefruit rind and hints of cinnamon spice, with a cleansing natural acid finish.

Food Matching

It’s the perfect accompaniment to freshly shucked Coffin Bay Oysters or the delectable King George Whiting!

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Winery Profile

George Sandow a Cornish miner came to Burra to find his fortune and decided on farming as his path. In 1854 he purchased 80 acres on land at Honeysuckle Flat near Watervale and named it “Trelawney”, the ensuing generations have continued farming the land to a variety of stock and crops. The original 80 acres has expanded both in size and in diversity. In 1998 the Sandow family decided to diversify their business into viticulture and planted vines on some of the land near Honey Suckle Flat. On the rich Terra Rosa Soil of the area Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot and Riesling were planted. The versatility and size of our business allows flexibility to complement our contract grapes sales with our emerging wine business. Premium parcels of all varieties along with modern and experienced winemakers are used to create wines that are handcrafted from vineyard to bottle and are typical of the Clare Valley.


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