Monday, 23 November 2015

Robert Stein Riesling 2015

A new label to me and I like what I see.

The winery dates back to 1976 and the fruit for this comes from a few different sites in the region. Some parcels were fermented on skins in old French oak and that textural component is evident.

Aromas are pretty damn attractive. White flowers, a faint musk character and lemon butter like.  Bone dry, lemons and limes come to the big dance with a crunchy and almost tart green apple acidity hit which I thought was superb. A lick of sweetness finishes off this fantastic drop.

I'll have more of these please. Lots more.


Region: Mudgee
RRP: $25
Source: Sample

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