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Mr Riggs

Mr Riggs Woodside Sauvignon Blanc

Founded in 2001 Mr. Riggs wine co. is headed by iconic South Australian winemaker Ben Riggs, here we introduce Mr. Riggs first Sauvignon Blanc, Woodside.The Adelaide Hills produces some of the best Sauvignon Blanc in Australia, the Woodside Sauvignon Blanc is no exception, crisp, bright and aromatic with tropical notes of passionfruit, melon and nashi pear.

Mr Riggs JFR McLaren Vale Shiraz

Mr Riggs Piebald Syrah

This wine, a Piebald, meaning black and white, is a co-fermentation of the blackest Syrah grapes, with a hatful of the purest white Viognier. Deep in colour, the wine is almost black, yet is also vibrant and bright. The nose is perfumed with apricots, spice and liquorice; a pretty, fragrant wine with a sweet juice and velvety palate. The finish is elegant with savoury spice and a fine tannin length and persistence.

Mr Riggs The Bolter Grenache

Mr Riggs The Bolter Shiraz

This wine expresses the essence of the McLaren Vale region. A well-structured full bodied wine with lush berry, chocolate and meaty aromas and flavours and a lengthy finish. Made by highly acclaimed winemaker Ben Riggs.

Mr Riggs Cold Chalk Chardonnay

As a young winemaker travelling the globe, the 'Old World' Chardonnay that Ben Riggs fell in love with in the 1980's were described as 'like drinking cold chalk soup', and have inspired him to make this beloved Adelaide Hills Chadonnay. Over the years Ben has been searching for the perfect cold site to make a dry Chardonnay renowned for the purity of its aroma and taste.

The Bolter Grenache

Mr. Riggs Mr. Brightside Sangiovese

Mr Riggs Mrs Pinot Gris

Tasting Note: Bright and textured with notes of pear and white peach complemented by delicate floral notes.

Mr Riggs Shiraz

Made by Rockstar winemaker Ben Riggs, the McLaren Vale Shiraz is as true an expression as one could hope for. The fifth release of the wine is based around a core of pristine fruit with dark red berries, hints of spice, earth, tar and leather and with seamlessly integrated oak. Ripe tannins are apparent but not overwhelming, meaning this is a wine which can be enjoyed now or in the next 10-15 years.