A single vineyard Coonawarra Riesling possessing some similarities to a Polish Hill Riesling. To that I refer to the minerality and river stone characteristics which are not hard to miss.
Pretty flowers engage the nose with some lemon and lime pith. There is some slight spiced apple thrown in. Tight acid but a very easy drinking drop nonetheless with a persistent length.
I had this open in the fridge for four days and it didn't budge. I'd be interested to see how it would age.
A good wine to chill out with. Someone say prawns?
Who: Raidis Estate
What: Riesling (12.6% alc)