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High in the hills above Eden Valley, Pewsey Vale is one of Australia's great Riesling vineyards. This release shows the typical citrus and perfume aromas with a wonderful length of flavour. Always at a fantastic price, Pewsey Vale Riesling is still one of the best value-for-money wines across the entire range. Brilliant when young while it transforms over a decade or more to reveal a textured beauty to behold.
This is one of the spectacular bargains in Australian wine. Yet again, Pewsey Vale matches the sheer quality of most of the premium priced Riesling offerings. 2012 is a Pewsey to keep for a few years, or simply wallow in now for prestige white wine for an absurd price.
Vintage: 2012 Dan Muprhy's Wine Panel
Tasted in a small bracket of six 2011 Eden Valley Rieslings. Like with like, yet interesting to see distinct differences in style and character. Youthful peachy, tutti frutti aromatics along with green apple, lime and Kaffir lime leaf. A big burst of spicy zesty Riesling with keen slatey acidity - it's not the most precise and fine of Rieslings, and while you'd not go so far as to call it 'coarse', you might say it's a little rugged in its generous delivery of flavour. Sure to settle and improve - an excellent release.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 93+ points
The cool 2011 season has made for a generous and rich expression of this legendary, centuries-old vineyard, revived exactly 50 years ago. Red apple, kaffir lime zest, nutmeg, lemon juice and that signature minerality of this site. No complaints about an earlier drinking season.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 92 points
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