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1 - 12 of 154 Riesling
Alkoomi Black Label Riesling 2016
Frankland River
Available by the dozen
It was the planting of Riesling vines at Alkoomi in 1971 which firmly established Frankland River as one of the nation's finest white wine growing regions. The inaugural vintages of Alkoomi Riesling enthused the Australian industry press and inspired growers to take up viticulture. Black Label is sourced from the oldest of Alkoomi's blocks, its penetrating length of Bickford lime juice characters and clean lingering finish makes it the wine of choice to accompany the freshest game fish, west coast marron or moreton bay bugs.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Frankland River's long, cool ripening conditions are perfect for growing fruit of intense varietal character. The balmy climes encourage vines into yielding grapes of the most intense varietal profile whilst retaining the freshness of crisp natural acidity. Fruit is harvested throughout the cool of night and early hours of morning from the oldest Alkoomi estate Riesling vines. Parcels are gently crushed with a view to minimizing phenolics and treated to a term of cold settling. The exclusively free run juices are vinified in chilled fermenters to preserve integrity and exquisite character of old vines Alkoomi Riesling. The most superior batches are assembled into the finished Black Label. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Pale brilliant straw emerald hues. An immaculate nose of kaffir limes, banana crisp and citrus zest, talc and white floral notes. Intense flavours of lime and mineral slate, an array of pure tropical fruit flavours, chalk and calico characters are carried along by a backbone of fine linear acidity.
Amisfield Dry Riesling 2012
Central Otago
Available by the dozen
Amisfield is situated in the southern most wine growing region of New Zealand, at Lowburn in Central Otago, just north of the 45th Parallel. High altitudes and a cool climate, long summers and clean glacial soils, translate into limited yields of the finest aromatic, single vineyard Riesling. Amisfield is all about the delicate expression of Riesling and preserving the virtue of site, articulating pure and refined aromatics, while ensuring balance of residual sugar to crisp acidity.
$2999each
$357DOZEN
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Riesling is grown on two blocks, older vines on Rocky Knoll and younger plantings on a beautiful elevated terrace. Clones GM110, GM 94 and GM 198, low vigour yields of small berries with excellent concentration and uniformity, are hand picked over the course of several weeks. Fruit is gently whole bunch pressed, the delicate Riesling juice is handled oxdatively and with care. Pressings are held lees for at least two days to preserve aromaticness. Juices are racked, warmed and inoculated with strains of Alsace yeasts or wild winery housed cultures. The ferments are extremely slow and can take up to five months. Upon completion the wine is gently racked and bottled early to retain freshness and vitality.
 
Vibrant pale straw/ green hue. Intense nose of citrus and honeysuckle, florals, spice and mineral notes over earthy characters. The palate is refreshing and exhibits great finesse, elegant and focused with juicy, clear cut acidity and profound length of flavour. Mineral, floral and citrus profiles are upfront and personal, making Amisfield a great match to Asian cuisine, especially Thai.
Annies Lane Riesling 2016
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
Branded in earlier years under the historic Quelltaler label, Annie's Lane is an exuberant Riesling vinified from fruit grown to distinguished Clare Valley sites, including the famous Carlsfield and Sevenhill vineyards. Carlsfield was planted in 1935 and produces fruit with ripe citrus characters, whilst Sevenhill yields Riesling of finesse and dominant steely qualities. A refreshing white wine, enjoy Annie's Lane alongside chilli crabs or roasted loin of pork, the freshest seafood and all fine faire.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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The legend of Annie's Lane recounts the tale of Annie Wayman, whose horse and cart got bogged next to one of the area's best vineyards, giving birth to the famous Annie's Lane. Parcels of the finest Riesling grapes are sourced from distinguished vineyards in the prestigious precincts of Watervale and Polish Hill River. The cooler ripenings and auspicious slate riddled soils combine to create the unmistakable hallmarks of Clare Valley. Riesling grapes are harvested, crushed and drained throughout the cool of night, only the delicate free run juices are retained. After a few days of cold settling, batches are treated to a cool temperature controlled vinification, racking, assemblage and prompt bottling after a brief repose.
 
Pale in color with vibrant green hues. Annie's Lane has an intensely perfumed nose displaying crisp lemon and lime aromas. There are elegant expressions in the heady bouquet, minerals and citrus, chalk, persimmon and spring flowers. Lifted lime characters, a framework of fine fruit and creamy textures, bright tangy flavours show finesse and elegance with balanced crisp acidity to the lingering finish.
Bellarmine Dry Riesling 2014
Pemberton
Available by the dozen
Bellarmine are expert at Riesling and famously produce three different interpretations, each with its own story and appeal. One of very few vineyards in Pemberton to grow Riesling, no doubt indulging the German ancestry of proprietors Dr Willi and Gudrun Schumacher. Grapes are exclusively sourced from the estate property, planted by hand in 2000, vines are trained to receive maximum exposure from sunshine throughout the growing season.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
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Vineyard soils are red gravel laterite and vines are trained to vertical shoot positioning. Grapes are harvested in the cool of the night at optimum flavour levels. Vinified from the first free run juices taken after the initial crush and from the light pressing of skins. The latter component contributes greater depth of ripe flavours which suit the slightly sweeter style. Vinified in fermenters at cool temperatures, oak is avoided and the natural expression of fruit is optimised. A sudden chill to arrest ferments is timed when there's a single baume of sugar remaining. This stops the yeast cells and achieves a slightly sweeter palate so very appealing to enthusiasts of complex and engaging Riesling wines.
 
Pale straw hue. White flowers, limes and spice on the bouquet, aromatic and crisp, a fully elegant Riesling wine. A clean, perfectly balanced palate, full of citrus and floral flavours supported by minerality, splendid length of flavour before a crisp, clean finish. Enjoy this captivating style alongside moreton bay bugs or WA marron, dressed in wine and mornay sauce.
Bests Great Western Riesling 2017
Great Western
Available by the dozen
A real insider's wine, Best's make the most flavoursome, elegantly structured and spectacular Rieslings which stand confidently alongside their more famous cousins. The Great Western region lends itself very well to growing exceptional quality fruit, diurnal weather patterns work very well, allowing grapes to ripen naturally, yielding luscious lemon and lime blossom flavours with great acid balance. Some of the original plantings can be traced back to German vineyards, there is great history and pedigree in the root stock of Great Western Riesling.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Riesling vines were first planted as part of Henry Best's Nursery Block vineyard in the 1860s. Then from subsequent plantings in 1944 and 1978, Riesling has become a significant part of the estate's regime. Grapes are harvested off vines planted to the sandy loam soils of Concongella Creek and Rhymney Vineyard, occasionally parcels are included from distinguished local sites. Fruit is minimally handled to express the power and finesse of parched, high country Great Western Riesling. The musts are cool fermented to allow the pristine fruit to speak for itself, followed by a prompt bottling very soon after vinification, preserving the vital regional characters.
 
Pristine appearance, bright green hues. Fresh flowers along with lime and citrus notes. A flavoursome front palate displaying great varietal intensity, floral and zesty with great aromatics. Minerality, balance and texture are working together harmoniously to produce a wine with great tension. Its steely lime citrus qualities are supported by gentle acids and powdery talc notes. Drinking magnificently on release, will age brilliantly.
Currently out of stock
Bream Creek Riesling 2014
Marion Bay
Bream Creek have been producing fine Riesling wines since the original plantings went into the ground at Marion Bay during the early 1970s. The vines are now forty years of age and produce firmly structured Rieslings of character and finesse. Bream Creek have enjoyed considerable success over the years, largely due to the very long, mild growing season, the strength of the estate's viticultural team and the influence of vine age. Unlike many of its sibling Tasmanian Rieslings, a remarkable wine that offers some distinctly old world European qualities.
$2499each
$297DOZEN
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Overlooking the breathtaking seascape of Marion Bay and Maria Island, Bream Creek is one of the first commercial vineyards planted in Tasmania and produces some of the finest boutique wines. The area is steeped in the annals of Australia's earliest history. The vineyard overlooks where Abel Tasman first landed in 1642, raised the Dutch flag and went ashore to collect water. Later in 1772 French Navigator Marion du Fresne anchored his ships Mascarin and Castries in what is now known as Marion Bay. Central to the inspired environment, Bream Creek Vineyard is an integral part of the local mosaic of potters and furniture makers, sculptors and artisans. Alcohol 12.3%
 
Medium straw in colour. Citrus blossom, grapefruit, some lime and floral notes. Clean and firm palate with refreshing lime, musk and citrus flavours. Long firm structure, soft and well balanced acidity giving the wine vibrancy and freshness. Rieslings are absolutely delightful when young and fresh and continue to develop in bottle. Great with fresh seafoods, Bream Creek will accompany most every cuisine.
Brown Brothers Crouchen Riesling 2016
King Valley
Available by the dozen
Mouthfilling flavours and the natural sweetness of ripe grapes, luscious aromas of pear, pineapple and melon, lively and clean. An irresistible wine of measured sweetness balanced by crispness and refreshing acidity. Crouchen hails from the French Pyrenees where it's no longer grown in any quantity. Brown Brothers are one of the few remaining custodians and have designed some of Australia's favourite wines out of the variety. Perfect at anytime, the ideal accompaniement to seafood or pasta, desserts and cakes or tasty cheese.
$1299each
$153DOZEN
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Brown Brothers make one of Australia's most popular table whites from a blend of Crouchen and Riesling grapes. Originally from southern France, Crouchen can now be found in parts of Australia where it grows vigorously, producing a wine of fine form and good body with enticing flavours and delicate finish. Riesling, on the other hand, is one of the native grapes of Germany's Mosel River. Blended together they make a stylish and flavoursome wine with super length of flavour and a distinctive stamp of elegance. Brown Brother harvest their fruit parcel by parcel, as grapes achieve full ripeness, at the healthiest levels of baume, bottled immediately after vinification to retain juicyness. Alcohol 9.5%
 
A bright pale straw colour with youthful green tinge. The nose is lifted with passionfruit, ripe pear and peach, honeydew and mild spice. There are persistent floral characters which occupy the senses even as you slurp through this gluggable cup of juicy fruit. To be served well chilled and enjoyed whilst young and fresh.
Currently out of stock
Brown Brothers Crouchen Riesling Rose 2015
Murray King
A lively cepage of Crouchen and Riesling, blushed by a component of the CSIRO hybrid Cienna, an exciting new grape, made by crossing Cabernet with Sumoli. Brown Brothers are renowned for their innovative approach to winemaking and passion for the development of styles that are uniquely Australian. Crouchen Riesling Rose complements fish and chips, melon with prosciutto or chicken avocado pasta. A flavoursome and vogueish, candy coloured wine offering great length of flavour, in the distinctive, refreshing style of Brown Brothers.
$1299each
$153DOZEN
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Brown Brothers combine Riesling grapes grown to cooler sites in the King Valley with Crouchen from sunnier aspects along the Murray. Cienna grapes are sourced from the sun drenched Mystic Park vineyard where the vines thrive, yielding ripe, juicy fruit that's made to measure for the fresh supple, and easy drinking everyday style Brown Brothers is aiming for. Harvested at a range of baume levels from 12C to 14C, immediately crushed, inoculated and vinified under cool temperatures to capture the sensational natural expressions of Crouchen, Riesling and Ciena. Bottled immediately after fermentation to retain all the vivacious characters of the vibrant fruit. Alcohol 10.0%
 
Viibrant, lively salmon pink colour. The nose is lifted with perfumes of strawberry, lemons and passionfruit. The aroma follows through to the palate with mouth filling natural grape sweetness and a crisp balancing acidity. A delicious fruity style of wine that tastes as good as it looks, invigorating flavours and fine body with enticing hints of ripe melon before a long delicate finish. The natural fruit sweetness helps matches brilliantly the bight of spicy food.
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Cardinham Riesling 2003
Clare Valley
Best Riesling in the World, Best Australia New Zealand Riesling & Best Museum Class Riesling Canberra International Riesling Challenge. From grapes grown to vines which were the source of Wolf Blass most memorable Rieslings. An exclusively estate grown wine, in the dry Clare Valley style, almost untouched by the winemaker throughout the vinification process.
$3499each
$417DOZEN
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Early years saw the Stanley Flat region of Clare Valley utilised as market gardens due to fertile alluvial soils. This naturally progressed into fruit production and ultimately grapes. Many vineyards still harbour the equipment of years gone by and occasionally significant landmarks in the form of drying racks and sorting sheds stand out in the landscape. The true treasures of the region are vines that have lasted the changes and challenges of nature and agriculture. Small pockets of vineyards and orchards dating back as far as the 1860s are still in production today. Riesling grapes are harvested and crushed followed by inoculation with select yeasts before completion of temperature fermention in tank. Alcohol 11.7%
 
A pale, light straw green in colour. A complex, alluring bouquet with a mix of enticing citrus, floral and apple blossom aromas. Fresh and lively palate, excellent acid line and lingering flavours. Cardinham is exquisite for its substantive lemon and lime palate, luxurious light chalky character and exceptional balance. An exeplary finish, long, clean and lingering finish.
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Castelli Frankland Botrytis Riesling 375ml 2010
Denmark
Castelli are all about harvesting precious parcels of fruit, to achieve vintages of the finest artisanally crafted wines. Botrytis affected grapes are painstakingly picked just as the noble rot reaches optimal infestation. An extended term of skin contact imparts richly radiant hues, preparing the palate for the substantial complexity of flavours to come. Sweet, candied orange peel and marmalade exude from the glass, seasoned by saffron and wildflower spice. Intense, complex and pure, balanced by an exquisite core of crisp fruit acidity.
$2799each
$333DOZEN
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A very special block of Riesling vine, selected for its cool, foggy mornings and crisp, sunny afternoons, yields an amazing quality of Botrytis infected grapes. The hand picked fruit is treated to a course of skin contact, encouraging the shriveled berries to swell with the extracted flavours of maceration. Batches are pressed into fermenters and inoculated to a supplementary dose of Zymaflore ST yeasts. A long cool vinification at temperatures between 14¬įC and 16¬įC until 10¬įBeaume of residual sugar completes a luscious Botrytis wine, bottled promptly to retain the mouthfilling freshness of fruit while preserving revitalizing acidity. Alcohol 11.4%
Castelli Great Southern Riesling 2016
Mt Barker Porongurup
Available by the dozen
The Rieslings of the greater Porongurup and Mount Barker regions are known for their unassailable structure and penetrating fruit character. They have a style all their own and compare favourably to the classics of Australia's most prestigious appellations. Castelli treat their fruit with an urgency that's aimed at snap preserving the excellence of Great Southern Riesling. Treating the juices with delicacy and respect achieves a marvelous wine of complex floral and stone fruit perfumes, supported by a focused palate of pensive intensity and textural minerality.
$2299each
$273DOZEN
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Chalk Hill Blue Riesling Gewurztraminer 2013
The topical Alsation cépage of Riesling with Traminer, Chalk Hill Blue is a consistent performer around the national wine show circuit, for its ebullient, spiced floral fruit characters and seamless complexity. Established 1886 with a view to crafting medicinal elixirs for the well being of body and soul, Angove now host some of the most splendid vineyards across South Australia. The quality of Angove's fruit lies at the core of this exquisite accord of varietal grapes, the essence and redolence of Alsace, in a cleanly perfumed Aussie styling.
$2999each
$357DOZEN
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An assemblage of the best parcels Riesling and Traminer, sourced off the Angove family’s Nanya vineyards, vinified alongside select harvests from excellent sites along the River Murray. Soils are predominantly red sandy loam over limestone, on gently undulating east west ridges. Grapes are picked throughout the chill of night to retain the crispness of fruit at lower temperatures, parcels are transported to the Renmark wineworks and treated to a membrane tank press. After a spell of cold settling, the clarified juices are racked to cooled fermenters and inoculated with choice yeasts. Minimal handling and light filtration captures the vitality that's so essential to a Traminer Riesling blend.
 
Pale straw with green hues. Distinctive floral characters of Riesling are lifted by the aromatically precocious Gewurztraminer. The palate delivers citrus and lime, rose petals and spice, before a splendidly clean finish. A juicy natural acidity contributing to excellent palate weight and flavour persistence overall, superb as accompaniment too spiced recipes and the freshest fish.
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