Nose: Orange blossom and rose petals are at the fore with hints of lime zest and pear flesh.
Palate: A moreish palate with flavours of pithy grapefruit, early season pineapple and granny smith apples.
The finish on the wine is fleshy and zesty with a mouthwatering Chalkiness.
WINEMAKING / VITICULTURE
The grapes were harvested in the cool of the night to help retain the lovely aromatics that Riesling is famous for.
The grapes were then crushed to a skin contact vessel for 45
minutes to increase flavour. The free run juice is then drained from the skins, with some light pressings, to a tank for wild fermentation. Post fermentation a small addition of sulphur is made to the wine for the first time, it is then stabilised and filtered ready for bottling.