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Mclean's Farm Barossa Riesling 2010

100% Barossa, 100% Fantastic!

Crisp, elegant style fresh flavours

Perfect with spicy Thai food

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Product Code: W4020
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Region: Barossa, South Australia.
Drink Until: 2014
Varieties: Riesling
Alcohol: 12.0%
Foods: Coconut rice with chilli and lime prawns.
Oak: Unoaked.
Colour: Light Straw with pale green hue.
Nose: Intense lemon and lime peel scents and an underlying hint of tropical fruits.
Palate: Filled with lime and lemon flavours coupled with underlying tropical fruit notes. Crunchy acidity leaves a long, dry finish that's the perfect match for aromatic Asian-style dishes or fresh seafood.


After helping to make St. Hallett and the Barossa Valley famous, Bob McLean is making his own wines under the McLean's Farm label. They combine high quality with modest prices. The combination of the Riesling grape and the Eden Valley is one of Australia's classic, time-honoured wine styles. This one comes from Bob McLean, whose legendary Barossa wines have won many awards and top reviews (including 90+ points from Robert Parker). It's a stunning wine - beautifully balanced and finely focused with a steely acid backbone that makes Eden Riesling such a refreshing drink when young. It has great potential to soften and develop in the cellar. Download as PDF

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