Most of the fruit from a vineyard planted in 2000 and the remainder from 20 rows planted in 2010. We still see a stylistic difference between the juice of the original blocks of fruit we planted in 1975 and the block planted in 2000. Therefore we will continue to make the ‘young vines riesling’, now identifiable to so many of our clients. Delicious orange citrus notes and a stone-like mineral element are a terrific introduction here. These qualities proceed to the palate, together with bright, red apple and a powdery talc note. The palate is crisp and clean, while maintaining the rounded quality of white stone fruit, coupled with chalky texture and a clean, bright line of acidity. A mouth-watering, lingering finish completes the drinkability factor here.
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