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Wolf Blass Riesling Eden Valley Clare Valley Gold Label 2004

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Wine Spectator | May 15, 2005Medium-weight, dry, subtle in profile, with pear and floral flavors that come into their own on the finish, lingering beautifully. Wine & Spirits | October 2005A blend of fruit from Eden & Clare valleys, this Riesling is perfumed with firm lime flavors... Quarterly Review of Wines | Winter 2005/2006It invites a second glass. Straw-green color. Dry. Nice lemon and lime and citrus notes. Crisp. Refreshing and balanced. Soft slightly sweet finish. One of the best of aperitifs. Serve slightly chilled. The Capital | Tom Marquardt & Patrick Darr | September 14, 2005Wolf Blass is known for its dependable quality, and the gold label is guaranteed you won't be disappointed. The San Diego Union-Tribune | Robert Whitley | December 22, 2004A superior crisp white aperitif wine. It's zesty and refreshing but easy on the wallet. International Wine Cellar | Stephen Tanzer | September/October 2005Floral, minerally aromas with hints of pear. Juicy flavors of yellow apple, pear and mint. Patterson's Beverage Journal | Anthony Dias Blue | July 2005Rated 89 If you think Wolf Blass is only about reds, think again: juicy and fresh with lovely complexity and fresh peach flavors. Travellady.com | Darryl Beeson | November 2005This steely white floats like a butterfly, but the fruit character stings like a bee. The nose is packed with lime with some tropical melon. The sip follows suit with more bright citrus balanced with floral. The finish is dry. Wineskinny.com | Robyn Tinsley | July 2005Peachy and fine citrus introduce clean, focused citrus, floral and peach flavors that stay lively and pretty through the finish. Lovely balance. Excellent value. Original Price: $16.00Sale Price: $12.8020% Off Less than 10 cases left!

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Wolf Blass:
he Wolf Blass wine style has always been a unique and highly distinguishable one. The core focus is on blending; whether it is within or across varieties, regions and different vineyards. This focussed approach results in lifted vibrant fruit flavours, a soft, rounded palate and well integrated tannins that are the hallmarks of the total Wolf Blass range. "The sum of all parts should still ... Read more
he Wolf Blass wine style has always been a unique and highly distinguishable one. The core focus is on blending; whether it is within or across varieties, regions and different vineyards. This focussed approach results in lifted vibrant fruit flavours, a soft, rounded palate and well integrated tannins that are the hallmarks of the total Wolf Blass range. "The sum of all parts should still be a better result than the quality of each individual part, otherwise why blend at all", Chris Hatcher, Wolf Blass Chief Winemaker Read less

External Reviews for Wolf Blass Riesling Eden Valley Clare Valley Gold Label

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Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/17/2009

Wine Spectator ReviewMedium-weight, dry, subtle in profile, with pear and floral flavors that come into their own on the finish, lingering beautifully. Drink now.



Wine Spectator | May 15, 2005Medium-weight, dry, subtle in profile, with pear and floral flavors that come into their own on the finish, lingering beautifully. Wine & Spirits | October 2005A blend of fruit from Eden & Clare valleys, this Riesling is perfumed with firm lime flavors... Quarterly Review of Wines | Winter 2005/2006It invites a second glass. Straw-green color. Dry. Nice lemon and lime and citrus notes. Crisp. Refreshing and balanced. Soft slightly sweet finish. One of the best of aperitifs. Serve slightly chilled. The Capital | Tom Marquardt & Patrick Darr | September 14, 2005Wolf Blass is known for its dependable quality, and the gold label is guaranteed you won't be disappointed. The San Diego Union-Tribune | Robert Whitley | December 22, 2004A superior crisp white aperitif wine. It's zesty and refreshing but easy on the wallet. International Wine Cellar | Stephen Tanzer | September/October 2005Floral, minerally aromas with hints of pear. Juicy flavors of yellow apple, pear and mint. Patterson's Beverage Journal | Anthony Dias Blue | July 2005Rated 89 If you think Wolf Blass is only about reds, think again: juicy and fresh with lovely complexity and fresh peach flavors. Travellady.com | Darryl Beeson | November 2005This steely white floats like a butterfly, but the fruit character stings like a bee. The nose is packed with lime with some tropical melon. The sip follows suit with more bright citrus balanced with floral. The finish is dry. Wineskinny.com | Robyn Tinsley | July 2005Peachy and fine citrus introduce clean, focused citrus, floral and peach flavors that stay lively and pretty through the finish. Lovely balance. Excellent value. Original Price: $16.00Sale Price: $12.8020% Off Less than 10 cases left!

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