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Petaluma Riesling is one of Australia's finest examples of this noble variety. Pale straw in colour the palate exhibits lemon and grapefuit flavours matched by some fresh and racy acidity. Sourced from the home of great Australian Riesling, this trademark Clare Valley aromatic white is wonderful when opened upon release and like all great Rieslings, will develop brilliant toasty characters over a 10 year period in the bottle.
Few wines in Australia are as consistently outstanding as the Hanlin Hill Riesling. The brilliant 2012 continues this legacy with aplomb. Magnificent.
Vintage: 2012 Score: 94 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
When this wine is on song, it takes a nation of millions to hold it back. Or something like that. One of those omnipresent wines that you can jump to in any wine store and be assured of good times in good years, though it's not every year, but it's many. 2011 holds ground on a promise. Opens with a puff of talc and granny's lavender pouches then lemongrass and faint citrus. The palate is very fine, steely and linear. Lemon and lime dominate now, though there are some floral notes and a backing track of minerals and more talc. A phenolic bridge drives the wine long with great natural acidity keeping things focussed and fresh. Feels brittle and crackling with energy; utterly delicious to drink. Hold onto your hats.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 94 points
Source: The Wine Front
Pale quartz-green; a flowery bouquet with lime and apple blossom aromas; an intense and tightly sculpted palate, with the length and balance to repay extended cellaring.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 94 points
Length is the issue. Searing acidity. Cut and thrust. Every time I put it in my mouth, that wonderful burst of apple, lime and lemon-like flavour bowled me over with its intense loveliness. To smell - it's appealing, welcoming, nothing special but good enough. When you swallow - likewise. But that ball of intense flavour would make it well worth buying in my books.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 92 points
Source: The Wine Front
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