Riesling probably has its origins in Germany, on the banks of the Rhine and Mosel rivers, where it has been cultivated at least as far back as 1435. Alsace in north eastern France is Riesling’s other traditional home. Today, Australia can lay claim to some of the finest Rieslings in the world, with the Clare Valley, Eden Valley and Tasmania earning particular global acclaim.
Fragrant citrus aromas carry onto a refreshing palate bursting with lemon and lime, with juicy undertones of lychee and grapefruit. Crisp, vibrant and utterly delicious!
Item Code: ITM4056
The nose draws you in with an exciting array of honeyed lemon and apricot blossom with a little cinnamon spice. Delicate sweet fruit and soft acidity balance the palate.
Item Code: ITM7601
A fragrant bouquet opens up onto a seamless palate full of elegant layers of citrus, passionfruit, nectarine and spice. Good acidity provide structure and leads to a mouth-watering finish.
Item Code: ITM6062
On the nose, there are vibrant aromas of orange blossom and lemon zest and floral tones. The palate is equally bright with citrus and rose petal leading to a crisp lemon finish. The balance of fruit weight and natural acidity delivers an excellent mouthfeel.
Item Code: ITM6610
The nose shows lifted lemon and lime aromas, coupled with blossom and talc and a steely minerality. The palate is wound with a tightly coiled acidity together with a beautifully chalky mouthfeel. Balanced perfectly.
Item Code: ITM18626
“The Xabregas Artisan Riesling has taken me on a real journey and all my members adore it. Wonderfully fresh and textural, this Riesling has been barrel fermented. Imagine an explosion of lemon and freshly cut finger limes with a creamy mid palate and a slate like minerality. Finishing bone dry with a bright acidity, this is my pick to accompany freshly shucked oysters and shellfish on a hot summer’s day. It’s a Riesling with real x-factor and finesse.” Kristelle Colling, Personal Wine Advisor
Item Code: ITM6125