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.
A great example of Tassie Riesling - lime zest, talc minerality and a touch of white blossom. The palate has great concentration and focus with linear acidity, culminating in a fresh and lengthy finish. Highly Recommended.
Item Code: ITM7580
This is a fine Tasmanian Riesling with inviting floral notes. The palate is soft yet lively with intense flavours of citrus, passionfruit and green apple. A decent line of acidity slings through the palate, contributing balance and great length before ending in a clean and dry finish.
Item Code: ITM5035
A rich nose of lime pith, lemon and a touch a talc. The palate is vibrant with bright citrus flavours, balanced by taut yet lively acidity that leads to a crisp, refreshing finish.
Item Code: ITM6110