Light gold. Strong citrus and mineral aromas pick up kerosene and floral qualities with air. Pliant orange and apple flavors display very good depth and a smoky mineral undertone. The smokiness and minerality gain strength on the sappy, persistent finish. Already attractive.
Dusty lime up front shifts to cider apple flavors in the finish, where the flavors last. It's briny and light. For crab stew.
The 2007 Riesling is light straw-colored with green overtones. It offers an excellent perfume of lemon-lime, spring flower garden, and grapefruit. Crisp and dry on the palate, guava and pineapple emerge to add complexity.
Smells just gorgeous, combining classic lime sherbet notes with hints of petrol and fleurs blanches. But in the mouth it lacks the same finesse, and shows a riper, chunkier character that leans toward pineapple and peach. It's still very good, but don't expect it to age well past 5 or 6 years.
Below is a listing of the wine review scores we frequently reference in our notes. While these sources remain an excellent source of information, we always recommend that you trust your own palate. Scores in these publications often represent the personal taste of an individual critic, which may not always coincide with your own. We have a huge team of excellent wine professionals that can match wines you've had in the past with new arrivals that meet your flavor profile.
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2005 Kay Brothers "Amery Vineyard Hillside" Shiraz Mclaren Vale
2008 Pewsey Vale "Contours" Museum Reserve Riesling Eden Valley South Australia
2005 Wild Duck Creek "Springflat" Shiraz Heathcote Victoria (Previously $50)
2005 Branson Coach House "Coach House Block Rare Single Vineyard" Shiraz Barossa Valley (Elsewhere $100)
2010 Leeuwin "Art Series" Chardonnay Margaret River Western Australia