Wine Region : Clare Valley - Australia 

Grapes : Riesling

Tasting Notes : Racy, juicy, very fine and very long, you can expect lime pith, talc and jasmine notes and a driven, powdery-fresh close

Points : 93 points, Gary Walsh - The Wine Front : "Polish Hill (River) to Watervale. Invariably a tale of restraint versus generosity. Baby oil, vanilla, lemon/lime, tight acidity, fine chalk dust texture, a dunk of fresh lime in gin and tonic, good finish, though not quite leaping from cleft to cleft, as per the old gazelle. Nevertheless, love the style and vigour of this wine. It feels very at ease with itself."

About he winery : "We are a small vineyard and winery in the Springfarm sub-region of Clare, set amongst one of the most historically relevant winery and vineyards in Australia. We have small plantings of well established Shiraz, Grenache and Pedro Ximenez, also recently established Shiraz and Mataro. We also work with a very small group of growers in Clare and the Adelaide Hills whom grow fruit for our non-estate wines. The winery is rustic in a sense of mod-cons and mechanisation, where the most elaborate piece of equipment would be the coffee machine."

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