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5 Top Rated Australian Riesling

3. Plantagenet Riesling Great Southern (2010)

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Average price: $13.00 from 91 stores
A touch heavy on the nose with an underlay of dried herb tones and some apple blossom fruit. Spritzy on entry, this has enough acidity to keep it balanced. It does lack some height in the mouth and is rather languid on the palate, with a soft richness to the lemon cream and key lime pie flavors. The finish shows a nice edge of minerality that lifts this up a notch, along with a long, lingering apple blossom note. This may just be a touch too fat today but it does show promise on the finish. 87pts
 
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  • 981941The Chooch Some pretty good stuff, but your missing some pretty significant names, Like Jeffrey Grosset Polish Hill, K & T and the Falcon, Two Hands The Wolf etc


  • 162603Michael at MAX In Australia 1,2,4 and 5 are wines you drink when you cant afford some thing good! We have some of the best Rieslings in the world and this lot ant them!


  • 79282gerrad of course, u cant get a lot of aussie stuff in usa..but i agree with micheal n chooch- being from west oz.; add la violetta, howard park, gilberts,galafrey, castle rock est.,plantagenet 012 (just cleaned up 3 trophies), 3drops, forest hill..and they all make reds and whites of most varieties u can name. otherwise, eden valley (henschke, pewsey vale) or clare valley (grosset, knappstein, paulett) or tasmania (bay of fires, tamar ridge, glaetzer-dixon etc.)..id add seppelt drumborg, leo buring leonay and anything by flavour-of-the-month par excellence- larry cherubino! keep up the good work.



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