Bay of Fires Riesling

Bay of Fires award winning Riesling is sourced from the pristine region of Northern Tasmania which displays an exciting nose of minerals and citrus and a focused palate that finishes very clean. Lovers of crisp, aromatic and fresh Riesling will love this while young and for those who like a bit of weight and texture to their Riesling, simply tuck away for 6 to 8 years.

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Jim Barry 'Barry & Sons' Riesling

This great Clare Valley Riesling opens with lavender, pear and talc aromas. Juicy fruit continues on the palate adding some bruised apple, refreshing acidity, viscosity and mid palate weight. Ideal as an aperitif, with spicy cuisine or with most seafood dishes.

Penfolds Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling

Penfolds began releasing the Bin 51 Riesling in the 1990s as part of the evolving white wine development program. The Eden Valley was chosen as the region for this Riesling due to the high altitude and cool climate that results in wines of intense aromatics and superb textural mouth feel. Flavours of apples, pears and bright citrus are commonplace. The Bin 51 has also shown a great propensity to age in the bottle extremely well.

Pikes Traditionale Riesling

With a history dating back to 1878, the Pike family has a past rich in brewing and winemaking. Current custodians, Neil & Andrew form a formidable partnership creating wines that express terroir magnificently. One of their icon wines, the 'Traditionale' Riesling manages to capture the essence of Clare Valley year after year.

St John's Road Peace of Eden Riesling

The peace and tranquillity of Eden Valley's cool climate is ideally suited to yielding clean, pure and fresh flavours of Riesling. Minimal intervention is used during the wine making process, allowing the true characteristics of each vintage and the vines to speak for itself. Clean, crisp chiselled fruit with a long dry finish make the St John's Road Peace of Eden Riesling a wonderfully elegant wine, ideally for immediate drinking but will cellar up to medium term.

Jim Barry Florita Riesling

The story of Riesling in Australia is as old as the wine industry itself. The famed Florita Vineyard is synonymous with the classic grape variety and was established by Leo Buring in 1962. In 1986 the Barry family acquired the 80 acre property and began to write the next chapter in the famous vineyard's history. Opens with powerful floral aromas of rose water, citrus blossom, pear and lime. A wine with an eye to the future. Tightly wound within clean, straight acidity. Exhibits pure lime fruit with a long citrusy finish.

Yalumba Y Series Riesling

Yalumba has a proud history as Australia's oldest family-owned winery and their continuing quest for quality shines through in all their wines. This light and fresh example of Riesling is a delicate and citrus driven white, that entices you back, glass after glass.

Petaluma Hanlin Hill Riesling

Petaluma Riesling is one of Australia's finest examples of this noble variety. Pale straw in colour the palate exhibits lemon and grapefuit flavours matched by some fresh and racy acidity. Sourced from the home of great Australian Riesling, this trademark Clare Valley aromatic white is wonderful when opened upon release and like all great Rieslings, will develop brilliant toasty characters over a 10 year period in the bottle.

Pewsey Vale Riesling

Louisa Rose is a master when it comes to Riesling and Pewsey Vale consistently over delivers on quality and value every vintage. The current vintage has racy lime juice and citrus blossom with driving mineral acidity on the finish. 'This may be the best-value single vine wine in the country. The cooler climate wine is energetic and precise, rippling with zesty citrus and a bit of blossom, a dusting of talc and sprinkling of lemon thyme. It is a textbook Eden Valley riesling' (2014 Vintage) - 5 Stars. - Adelaide Advertiser, 27 Aug 2014, Nick Ryan.

Leo Buring Leonay Riesling

Leonay is one of Australia's classic Rieslings. A wine of great power and elegance with tremendous varietal defintion it can be enjoyed in it's youth but invariably improves in the bottle for many years.

Petaluma Riesling

1998 was the fourth successive drought vintage in the Clare Valley. This Riesling has a fuller orange blossom flavour and aroma produced from a drought year.