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Trophy - Best Young White - Royal Sydney Wine Show 2016
Top Gold - Royal Sydney Wine Show 2016
(97 Points) - Royal Sydney Wine Show 2016
Trophy - Best Riesling - National Wine Show 2016
Top Gold  - National Wine Show 2016
(96 Points) - National Wine Show 2016
Gold - Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2016

Just four months after vintage the Barry family’s riesling’s in bottle and ready to drink. Bottling often mutes riesling, but this one wafts from the glass with exuberant floral and citrus aromas. The equally vivacious palate absolutely sings with the same floral and citrus varietal character. The sheer fruitiness takes the edge off the acidity, and makes for joyous, bone-dry drinking right now. But there’s flavour intensity, delicacy and texture here, too, and this points to good cellaring potential. It’s a wine to give drinking pleasure now in its youth and across the next decade as the flavours change with time. Chris Shanahan 2016

It has a floral prettiness and plenty of limey flavour, and a minerally, sherbet-like sizzle to the finish is the perfect icing to a delicious cake. Drink by: 2028; Price: $22.00; Alcohol: 12.0%; Rating: 94 Points & Special Value Star; James Halliday

They’ve been making Lodge Hill Riesling since 1986, from vines planted in 1979. The vineyard is at 480 metres, (very) high in Clare Valley terms. Flavour with the face of elegance. A pure expression of region and variety, as if they were one and the same. Lemon and lime, some florals, some talc, some texture. Easy-does-it, and yet there’s more than enough intensity here. For drinking, for keeping, it’s up to you. This is a wine in a good place. Alcohol : 12%; Price : $22; Closure : Screwcap; Drink : 2016 - 2026; Rated : 93 Points; Campbell Mattinson; The Wine Front


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