Peter Lehmann Wigan Riesling
Peter Lehmann, icon of the Barossa Valley, has been churning out award winning Rieslings like it's childs play recently. The Wigan Riesling with all its lifted aromatics of citrus and white flowers followed by a complex palate that lingers has again picked up award and award.
Tim Adams Riesling
Pristine vibrant nose of lime blossom lemon and green apple. Crisp and elegant with deep citrus flavours and a minerally touch on the back palate. Consistently fine Clare Riesling from this producer.
27% price dropTim Adams Riesling 2013$18.00 each$2.40 per 100mLHistory:
5% price dropTim Adams Clare Valley Riesling$18.00 eachIn any 6$2.40 per 100mLHistory:
5% price dropTim Adams Riesling$18.05 eachIn any 6$2.41 per 100mLHistory:
Tim Adams Riesling$22.60 eachIn cases of 6$136 total$3.01 per 100mLHistory:
Taylors Estate Riesling
The wines from Taylors are better than ever and their superb Riesling leads the way. Typical floral and citrus aromas leap from the glass and the palate is a mouthful of pure varietal flavour.
Domaine Ostertag Riesling Les Jardins
The whole bunches were pressed very gently for around nine hours in a pneumatic press. The fermentation started spontaneously in stainless steel tank and was exclusively conducted by indigenous yeasts. Like the other wines it went through a complete malolactic fermentation, and was aged on its lees for one year, in the same tanks. It was bottled in early September 2019 with a balance of 13% alcohol and 2g/L of residual sugar. The result is a delicate Riesling driven by white flowers, white peach and vine-blossom aromas. The mouth is round and mouthwatering, with a fine and long acidity, and a saline character in the finish. There is a real nobility in this graceful Riesling. The certified organic and biodynamic Riesling Les Jardins is a blend from 12 different plots located around the winery, in the village of Epfig and towards neighbouring Itterswiller and Nothalten. The soils are varied: clay; sandstone; and sand with volcanic sediments.The result is a fruit-driven wine in which André captures the personality of the villages terroirs, which are predominantly based on sandstone. They give the wine a particularly delicate, saline character. André Ostertag is clearly one of the most dynamic producers in Alsace today, and certainly one the highest rated. Where in many areas Alsace has fallen behind star producers in Germany and Austria, Ostertag is one that bucks this trend. This is a family-run property comprising 12 hectares spread over more than 75 small plots of vines within five villages: Epfig (55%); Nothalten (34%); Itterswiller (4%); Ribeauvillé (6%); and Albé (1%). André is passionate and free-thinking, and his wines reflect this. Biodynamism was extended to 100% of the domaine in 1998, precluding any use of herbicides, chemical fertilisers and insecticides. All viticultural work is done manually, including harvest. In the cellar, press cycles are long and gentle, fermentations are long and conducted without artificial yeasts, and wines are left on their lees. Barrels are used for Pinot Blanc, Gris (sometimes) and Pinot Noir. There is little or no filtration of any of the wines, which rank among the finest in all of Alsace today.
Grosset Polish Hill Riesling
Jeff Grosset's Rieslings are amongst the most sought after in Australia. The Polish Hill is superb with intense lingering citrus flavours lively natural acidity and a crisp dry finish. The remarkable think about Jeff's Rieslings are their phenomenal ability to age so very gracefully and will reward the very patient.
Redoubt Hill Riesling
Grosset Springvale Riesling
Grosset Springvale Riesling from the Clare Valley sub-region of Watervale, takes its name from the Springvale Road vineyard located in the highest part of Watervale. Jeff Grosset's six hectare vineyard produces a wine full of ethereal aromatics, fragrant lemongrass and freshly squeezed lime. Pure lemon flavours over wet pebbles show on the palate that is accented by the wonderful minerality that is the signature of Grosset.
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.
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling from the Clare Valley is all about the musk, bracing acidity and juicy limes. This perennial favourite Riesling never misses a beat, marrying concentration with finesse, current drinking pleasure with cellar-worthy wow factor. Expect this wine to develop over ten years into a superb wine experience.
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling$15.19 eachIn any 6$2.03 per 100mLHistory:
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling$15.20 eachIn any 6$2.03 per 100mLHistory:
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling$17.10 eachIn any 6$2.28 per 100mLHistory:
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling$20.00 eachIn any 6$2.67 per 100mLHistory:
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling$22.67 eachIn cases of 6$136 total$3.02 per 100mLHistory:
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling 2020$24.99 eachIn cases of 6$150 total$3.33 per 100mLHistory:
Jim Barry Watervale Riesling 2014$28.50 eachIn any 6$3.80 per 100mLHistory:
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.
Grosset Watervale Riesling
Grosset's Watervale Riesling is a fresh, zesty Riesling full of character and flavour. The nose gives lemon, lime and orange rind with a touch of minerally freshness. The palate has concentrated zesty flavours with crisp acidity leading to a long lemony finish.