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1 - 4 of 4 Wines By Leo Buring
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Leo Buring Clare Valley Riesling
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
Of all the grape varietals Riesling is the one that is most expressive of regionality. Minute changes in soil, climate and aspect are directly reflected in theavours found in the final wine. The team at Leo Buring work closely with their viticulturists to identify the best vineyards, the choicest blocks and the best rows within each. Lime bouquets, florals and orange blossom, on the palate comes a rich round wine with flavours of sweet citrus and apple, lemon oils and honey, melons and musk. Appealingly dry yet vigorously fruit driven, it lingers at the close on a note of floral citrus and crisp mineral.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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Light straw, lime hues. Calico cotton, lifted, full, floral notes, the first yellow freesias of spring and a hint of daphne. Restrained rapier acidity underlies bright, green, fresh squeezed lime, citrus blossom, structural backbone of sun baked, crystalline quartzite provides an enduring minerality which persists and tantalizes with mouth watering natural acidity. A compelling Clare Valley Riesling of opulence and structure.
Leo Buring Eden Valley Riesling
Eden Valley
Available by the dozen
Leo Buring established an unparalleled reputation for crafting the finest Riesling. Through the continued efforts by generations of devoted family growers and dedicated winemakers, the legacy continues to grow. Riesling expresses the nature of its terroir like no other grape variety. A clean fresh flavour upon release, offering the ability to age gracefully, exhibiting distinctive varietal purity and regional charm, Leo Buring shows the subtle and complex elegance thats so expressive of the most splendid high altitude Eden Valley Riesling.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Leo Buring graduated as Dux of Oenology at Roseworthy Agricultural College in 1896. He gained practical experience in Europe before settling back at Minchinbury in 1902. Four years later, his wines earned six gold medals at The Brewers and Wine Exhibition in London. Over the years, Leo Buring established an international reputation as Australia's foremost maker of Riesling. The combination of climate, soil, aspect and location all add up to create discernibly different characters in Rieslings from each region. The favourable climes and cool nights up to harvest allow complex flavours to develop. Leo Buring is bottled immediately after vinification to capture and preserve pristine freshness.
Leo Buring Leonay DW Q58 Mature Release Watervale Riesling
Available in cartons of six
Since the acquisition of Chateau Leonay in 1945, Leo Buring has built an unparalleled reputation for the highest quality Clare and Eden Valley Riesling. Following each growing season, the harvest which can best exhibit the ideal balance of strong regional varietal fruit character and flattering flavour profile are selected for inclusion into the stately Leonay. One of Australia's great Rieslings, Leo Buring exhibits generous complexity while young and will continue to develop with careful cellaring, well into the future.
$3999each
$479DOZEN
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Leo Buring have vintaged the nation's most memorable white wine for over seventy years. In 2002 the winery returned to its roots, making only Riesling. Leo Buring's tireless efforts to introduce Australian palates to table wine have been far reaching. His influence on the industry, ranging from technical advice to government reports, resulted in many improvements to Australian viticulture. To this day, the Buring estate retains some of Australia's most distinguished Riesling vineyards. All grapes are hand picked and carefully handled, to prevent oxidisation while preserving clean fruit flavours. Following vinification and settling, Leo Buring is bottled immediately after assemblage to maintain freshness.
Leo Buring Leopold Riesling
Available in cartons of six
Hermann Paul Leopold Buring was born in 1876, his legacy is an enduring tradition of Australia's most consistent vintages of delicious white wine. The design at the Leo Buring wineworks is always to make the finest Riesling in the hemisphere, engaging wines which can offer a profound depth of flavour, combined with elegance, balance and finesse. Leo Buring is endowed with winsome florals, juicy fruits and profound mineral characters, all kept vital by cleansing lime acids, simply a splendid rendering of Australian Riesling at its very finest.
$3599each
$431DOZEN
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Pale straw, subtle green hues. Fragrant minerality, a nose of varietal purity, linear definition and subtley soft, line and length. Heady jasmine florals mix with spicy tones of freshly ground cinnamon. Perfumed and complex. The juice of freshly picked new season limes combines with a slatey minerality which belies the powerful strength of line and definition. Crystalline clarity and structural purity persist to leave the palate invigorated and cleansed.
Over the past seventy years a number of memorable wines have been released under the Leo Buring name. In 2002 the winery returned to its roots, making only Riesling

Among the many personalities that have shaped the Australian wine industry over the past 150 years one name stands pre-eminent, Leo Buring. Hermann Paul Leopold Buring was born in South Australia on the 7th October 1876, the son of German immigrants. He was a highly skilled winemaker and is often described as Australia's Ambassador for Wine because he was one of the first to export Australian wine to many countries as far back as the early 1900s.

Leo Buring

Buring graduated as Dux from the Oenology course at Roseworthy Agricultural College in 1896. He then gained practical experience in Europe before settling back in Australia at Minchinbury in 1902. Four years later, his wines earned 6 gold medals at The Brewers and Wine Exhibition in London. Over the years, Leo Buring established an international reputation as Australia's foremost maker of Riesling.

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Buring finally achieved his dream at the age of 68 when he bought the Orange Grove Winery at Tanunda, in the Barossa Valley, which he re-named to Chateau Leonay. It became the label of Buring's flagship wine, combining intense fruit flavours with great elegance, and to this day is arguably Australia's pre-eminent Riesling.

Buring's influence in introducing Australia to table wine has been far reaching. His influence on the industry, ranging from technical advice to government reports, resulted in many improvements to Australian viticulture and viniculture. Acclaimed wine critic and judge, James Halliday, once described Leo Buring as, "the greatest maker of Rhine Riesling in Australia" and Australia's foremost producer of Rieslings over a 30-year period!"

Riesling expresses the nature of it's growing conditions like no other varietal. The combination of climate, soil, aspect and location all add up to create discernibly different characters in Rieslings from each region. For this reason, Leo Buring produces a Riesling from the Clare Valley and the Eden Valley. These wines share similar attributes, a clean fresh flavour and the ability to age, but possess very different characters.

The range of Clare Valley Riesling, Eden Valley Riesling and flagship Leonay, which is made from the best Riesling of the harvest, are all enjoyable while young and fresh but are known to age brilliantly. The wines age gracefully and acquire a great depth of toasty flavour while still retaining great freshness, and avoiding the kerosene -like character that hampers other aged Rieslings. Leo Buring makes Riesling and nothing but Riesling, one of the nation's great oenological treasures.

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