Categorized | Clare Valley, riesling

Grosset Polish Hill Riesling 2002

Tremendously different to the ‘Mesh’ of the same year – co-made by Grosset – this release of Polish Hill is very close to perfect.

It’s limey, pure, clean and intense, with a fennel-flavoured strength through what is a powerfully taut, powerfully intense mid palate. The structure here, the softness of the high natural acid, the mineral notes dangling around the edges – it’s a wonderful wine.

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Drink : 2010 - 2020
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