Fruit is sourced from block 2 of the Elms vineyard. Fruit is picked at similar ripeness to the Bannockburn Riesling, yet the wine is allowed to ferment until only 6g/L of residual sugar remains.
“The nose opens with delicate perfumes of apple blossom and talc over an underlying platform of stony minerality. The elegant fruit flavours dance their way through complexing nuances of cardamom and fenugreek. The chalky-dry finish is broad and textural with considerable persistence. A classic and detailed Dry Riesling.” – Felton Road