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Domain Day Mt. Crawford Barossa Riesling 2015
  • 91 points James Halliday
  • Supremely elegant Eden Valley Riesling
  • Tight citrus and mineral flavours

Domain Day Mt. Crawford Barossa Riesling 2015 x12

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"Other than three cultured yeasts to create greater complexity, standard cool fermentation in stainless steel. Crisp and lively, it has a classic lime-lemon-apple mix of fruits supported by crisp acidity, the palate bone dry." 91 points James Halliday

Wine Region

BAROSSA

Drink Until

2025

Varieties

Riesling

Alcohol

12.8%

Foods

Enjoy with baked scallops with ginger and soy or freshly shucked oysters.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Light green gold.

Nose

Highly aromatic lime, other citrus friends and a hint of apple blossom..

Palate

Elegant yet intense on the palate, spice in the middle, but dominated by a pronounced lime aroma with good zingy acid throughout..

Background

The very cool growing season was the dominant influence. It generated intense limey characterstics seen in traditional Riesling's. The use of a mix of three specially selected yeast strains has given a fragrant fruitiness and complexity not often seen in Rieslings. The pressed juice is settled overnight then cold fermented to preserve the fresh citrus fruit characters typical of the variety.

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