Tamar Ridge Tasmanian Botrytis Riesling Limited Release 2011

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The fruit comes from Kayena Vineyard, which won Tasmanian Vineyard of the Year in 2007, and was groomed and picked under the watchful eyes of the experienced Tamar Ridge team. Riesling is probably the most underrated of the Tasmanian whites, and in the best years produces wines nothing short of phenomenal.

The real beauty of this wine is in the glass. Intensely floral and tropical, it has a wonderful sugar/acid balance that only the best dessert wines can lay claim to.

Tasting Note: Golden Colour. Nose of passion fruit, honey an dhint of sweet spice. Palate is intense with citrus, pineapple and honey.

Additional Details

SKU:
12145-UNIT
Age:
2011
Size:
375
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
0
Region:
Tasmania
Style:
White Wine
Varietal:
Wine

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