2018 Riesling, Estate

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This cool climate Riesling exhibits green apple, lychee and mineral notes with a lively palate of fresh limes. Delicate acidity is the key with lovely length and persistence.


Suggested Food Match

Seafood such as salmon and scallops or spicy dishes.



  • Gold Medal – San Francisco International Wine Competition 2018
Reviews (4)

4 reviews for 2018 Riesling, Estate

  1. Huon Hooke

    2018 Estate Riesling – Huon Hooke (March 2019)

    Light, bright yellow colour, with a tremendously fragrant and already quite complex bouquet involving assorted spices and herbs, lots of citrus aromas, beautiful and inviting. The palate is crisp and delicate, with elevated acidity and a dry, refined palate which has great line and tension. The acidity in nervy and demands food. It would be great with fish. Or oysters.

  2. Christine Salins

    2018 Estate Riesling – Christine Salins (March 2019)

    The Canberra region generally produces fine Riesling that in my humble opinion rivals that which is being produced in South Australia’s Clare and Eden Valleys. A combination of vineyard location and an ever so slightly later harvest than others in the Canberra region allows winemaker Graeme Shaw to produce a Riesling that is a little more aromatic and a lot more passionfruit/tropical fruit flavoured than Canberra Riesling typically is. Nor is Shaw in a rush to release it onto the market, recognising that it takes a while for all the flavours to settle. It’s certainly worth the wait. This is a really beautiful wine, with green apple and lemon notes that make it refreshing to drink now, though we feel it will age gracefully as well.

  3. John Rozentals

    2018 Estate Riesling – John Rozentals (January 2019)

    This a classic cool-area dry riesling with crunchy green-apple and limey flavours. The wine has a touch of botrytis complexity but it is primarily its fresh minerality that I love. It forms a magic combination with a plate of freshly shucked oysters, but please take it easy with that squeeze of lemon.

  4. QWine

    2018 Estate Riesling – QWine (December 2018)

    You could be forgiven for thinking this Riesling hails from the Clare Valley sub-region of Polish Hill River. Bone dry, it’s a scrumptious number ready to tear into fresh or fried seafood.

    Bath salts, green apple and white flower aromas flow neatly through to limes and lime pith. Apple sours sit prominently with an undercurrent of river stone minerality and kaffir lime leaf. Chalky feels in the mouth, it’s a refreshing wine, I’m thinking tempura whiting for the win.

    Drink now but it will age gracefully.


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