Harewood Estate Mount Barker Riesling

Harewood Estate is a small winery from Western Australia totally focussed on premium expressions of cool-climate wine. The Riesling grapes were sourced from 30 year old vines in the cool climate vineyards of the Porongurup Range in the Great Southern wine region of Western Australia. Only the finest, most pristine, free-run juice was used in the production of this wine.

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Three generations of the Goodchild family has been producing outstanding quality Eden Valley fruit since 1920. Situated high in the rugged eastern Barossa Ranges, the high altitude and cool climate creates wines with intense varietal character as this top quality Eden Valley Riesling demonstrates.

The Ridge Terra Rossa Coonawarra Riesling

Coonawarra is one of Australia's great winemaking regions, known for producing wines with richness, intensity and depth of flavour. This superbly aromatic Riesling displays the characteristics this reputation has been built on, with its rich fruit flavours and gentle, yet lively palate.

Leeuwin Estate Art Series Riesling

This stunning Riesling from the West is all limes and citrus with great length and depth of flavour. The only problem with this wine is there is never enough to go around.

Ata Mara Central Otago Riesling

From a cooler than usual season in Central Otago the wine has retained ethereal acidity, also expressing the delicacy of the site and the vintage. To balance this line the ferment was stopped to retain some residual fruit sweetness giving an off-dry wine.

Katnook Estate Riesling

Light straw-green, not surprisingly has the floral aromas and flavours that are particular to Coonawarra, a mix of green apple and citrus with a boney streak of mineral providing structure and the certainty of a long life ahead. Highly recommended. 'Bright colour, with a bright note of fresh lime, kaffir lime leaf and coriander on the bouquet; the palate is bone dry, with juicy acidity and vibrant citrus fruits providing plenty of thrust to the generous texture; consume over the short to medium term for maximum pleasure.' - 92 Points. - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2014, 26 July 2013.

Loom Long Yarn Riesling

McLaren Vale is producing some fantastic Riesling and this is undoubtedly one of them. Refreshing flavours of fresh lime and grapefruit with a touch of honeycomb makes this wine an ideal partner to spicy Asian foods.

Penfolds Bin 51 Riesling

Conceived as a white wine development program, the Bin 51 Riesling soon became one of Penfolds' star performers. Eden Valley is an obvious choice of region for Riesling due to the higher altitude and cool climate. The wine offers delicate aromas of fresh cut apples and pears with a twist of lemon and minerality towards the end. A great deal of fruits and acidity makes for an interesting white wine with propensity to age gracefully if carefully cellared.

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.

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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.