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Taylors Tateham's Waterhole Clare Valley Riesling 2013
  • Fresh lime, lemon and subtle tropical fruit
  • Crisp palate that finishes light and dry
  • Winery rated 5 red stars, James Halliday

Taylors Tateham's Waterhole Clare Valley Riesling 2013 x12

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Family founded and owned, Taylors is one of Clare Valley's most famous and respected wineries. Their Rieslings consistently rate among the region's best. Taste this and you'll enjoy elegant characters of lime, lemon and crunchy tropical fruit. A fine line of crisp acidity keeps the finish dry and fresh.

Wine Region

CLARE VALLEY

Drink Until

2016

Varieties

Riesling

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Great with Thai-style fish.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Light straw with vibrant greet tinges.

Nose

Clean citrus aromas with underlying floral elements to give freshness and vibrancy.

Palate

Lively green citrus flavours dominate the palate, backed by subtle tropicals and a fine, crisp finish.

Background

Home to Taylor's wines, the township of Auburn was founded in 1849 and was first known as Tateham's waterhole, auburn became a popular resting place for bullockies and their teams who were transporting copper to Port Henry on the Coast. This is a dry Riesling, yet immeadiately approachable style, its crisp, textural and refreshing.

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