2019 ATR Chockstone Riesling

2019 ATR Chockstone Riesling

Antoine Huray

"White flowers, marzipan, almonds Nice intensity, a tiny touch of residual Not super long but really pleasant, great texture."

Antoine Huray

Sabine Duval

"Chalk, steely like aroma on the nose. however palate has some lovely lime juice notes, very youthful and fresh but enjoyable."

Sabine Duval

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Antoine Huray

"White flowers, marzipan, almonds Nice intensity, a tiny touch of residual Not super long but really pleasant, great texture."

Antoine Huray

Sabine Duval

"Chalk, steely like aroma on the nose. however palate has some lovely lime juice notes, very youthful and fresh but enjoyable."

Sabine Duval

RRP: $22.00 per bottle14% OFF

$18.90

(buy 12 or more)

$19.99 per single bottle
Bottles
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Expert Reviews

94 Points - Huon HookePale colour, with a high-toned aroma which is more minerals than fruits or flowers, and a trace of Chablis-like greenness. There is a tickle of ameliorating sweetness and the palate is delicate, restrained and fresh, the lemons chiming in again at the finish. Lovely wine. Nervy and high-energy

Tech stuff

Riesling
A.T. Richardson Wines
Grampians
2019
750ml
12.5%
Cellar to 2030
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Chockstone Riesling displays the delicate aromas of wildfowers and citrus blossoms. Hints of guava, kiwi fruit, pear and a distinct minerality foat in and out of the palate. A vibrant natural acidity balanced with just a hint of sweetness provides for a focused and seamless palate. You just have to try this wine with raw oysters or freshly caught seafood.

How was it made?

The typically low yields and harvesting at the perfect favour profle lead to the delicate favours and balance that defnes our Chockstone Riesling. Once harvested, the grapes were pressed as gently as possible, and the juice allowed to work its way through a nice cool fermentation with as little intervention as possible. The fermentation came to rest with just a touch of residual sweetness to balance the vibrant acid profle, creating a focussed palate and elegant mineral fnish.

Who made it?

After a 10-year search, winemaker Adam Richardson selected the very special terroir of his Hard Hill Road Vineyard site, located in Australia’s historic Grampians wine region of Victoria, for the production of his Chockstone and Hard Hill Road labels. With its own special microclimate, the Hard Hill Road Vineyard’s cool ripening conditions and naturally low-yielding vines produce wines with layers of intense flavours and a velvety structure. Like many of the best wines in this historic region, A.T. Richardson wines are approachable in their youth and possess the potential to age gracefully.