Blame it on the Riesling Mixed Six Pack

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Blame it on the Riesling Mixed Six Pack

RRP: $174.00 per case43% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)
$16.50 per bottle
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RRP: $174.00 per case43% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)
$16.50 per bottle
Cases
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Riesling's charms are hard to deny. No other grape can deliver the same window between vineyard and wine anywhere.

So what else are we going to do but pull together a case that helps remind how delicious this magical grape can be, with 6 simply gorgeous wines for just $99.

Included in this mixed six pack:

2017 Barons Of Barossa Barons Eden Valley Riesling: Made by the Barons of the Barossa - a group that includes everyone from Stephen Henschke to ex-treasurer Alexander Downer amongst its members - this is your absolute classic Eden Valley Riesling in every way. 
93 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit. 93 Points - The Wine Collective.

2019 Pure Clare Watervale Riesling: Made by the celebrated Vickery winemaking team, using their vast experience of producing award-winning first rate Riesling to craft a stunning wine. Laden with lime juice freshness and concentrated flavour, this crisp and energetic young white has superb acidity to drive what is a very lively (and lovely) young white.
92 Points - Andrew Graham - Oz Wine Review.

2017 West Cape Howe Riesling: West Cape Howe's Regional Range Riesling is sourced from selected parcels of fruit from their Langton vineyard in Mt Barker. This wine has attractive lemon sherbet characters with a fresh, pithy citrus aroma typical of this cool climate variety. A fine dry wine with beautifully pure and delicate lemon fruit flavours. 
94 Points - The Wine Collective. 92 Points - Campbell Mattinson - Halliday's Wine Companion.

2019 Jeanneret Sevenhill Riesling: From a block at Sevenhill comes another intensely flavoured classic Riesling from Jeanneret. With the welcome tendrils of bottle age giving this more richness and complexity, the extra layers sitting over the primal nature acidity. Serious Clare Valley Riesling, from a great vintage, with a little more softness thanks to the time in bottle. 
95 Points - TSam Kim - Wine Orbit. 92 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion. 94 Points - The Wine Collective. 

2012 Tunkalilla Vineyard RieslingAn intense nose of developing petrol/kerosene characters, overlaying notes of fresh lime zest, stony minerality and a sherbet, almost bath salt, sort of feel. There is perhaps a touch of botrytis in there too, in the form of marmalade toast. Very inviting. The palate leads with honeyed citrus, of an intensity comparable to the nose. There's a wonderful acidity that picks up and carries through in a zippy, racy line to the finish. Balanced beautifully by a hint of residual sweetness, the finish opens out to ripe citrus notes and more river stone mineral. Brilliant line and length.
96 Points - Huon Hooke The Real Review. 92 Points The Wine Collective. 92 Points Wine Spectator

Dopff & Irion Cuvee Rene Alsace Riesling 2019: Alsace Riesling is famous for balance - a delicate union between acidity and texture, the result delivering flavour but also freshness. This arch-traditional Riesling combines the plumpness of Alsace but with surprisingly crisp acid. The result is a wonderfully well-balanced mix of flavour and structure.
92 Points The Wine Collective.

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