Grosset Polish Hill Riesling 2010, Clare Valley, SA

Langton’s 2010 Exceptional category. The 30th vintage of this stellar label. A step-up from the Springvale. No, this is in fact a completely different picture. This is a connoisseur’s Riesling. An elegant, restrained nose of honeydew candy, sweet lemon aromas, lime blossom, hints of river pebbles in cold streams. High acidity with clean pure lime-lemon fruit, a sensation of lemon peel on the dryish finish that retains rich fruit and a long aftertaste. Enjoy now, why wait, but if you must probably up to 2025. 94-95/100.

via Simple palates, seriously – South Australian Rieslings 2010 archive. Tasted at Langton’s 2010 Classification of Australian Wine – St Kilda Town Hall, Oct 2010

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