The Grosset Polish Hill Riesling has all the hallmarks of greatness: it’s tightly constrained, uber-concentrated, steely, and zingy. There are lemon blossom and white flower aromatics, vibrant lemon pith and lime zest flavours with shaley minerality, taut and tightly coiled, before a long, ultra-dry finish featuring refreshing natural acidity. It is pristine, seamless, wonderfully detailed, and has great line and length. It may well be drinking at its peak though (well cellared) it can be aged for much longer.
A striking example of Clare Valley riesling. Restrained aromatics, concentrated flavours, persistent and beautifully structured. Intense lime characters with austere, slatey nuances, finishing long, cool and dry.