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A fresh, lively Riesling with hints of freshly picked limes, refined fruit purity with the hallmark tones of Eden Valley minerality, finishing crisp and dry.
Pale straw in colour, with lifted aromas of red apple and pear. Vibrant citrus flavours of stone fruits and honeysuckle finish clean and crisp on the palate.
This youthful and vibrant wine displays the classic varietal characteristics. A refreshing wine with a succulent mix of pear and citrus fruits with a beautifully balanced finish.
Subtle oak complemented by crisp acidity on the finish. Ripe melon and stone fruit flavours accompanied by creamy nutty oak characters.
Aromas of ripe melon and fresh citrus fruit lead to a generous palate of white peach, melon, toasty oak and a creamy softness.
Zesty, clean and dry. Vibrant lime characters whilst young, to become softer and honeyed with age.
Perched along an easterly facing hill located on the Hurn family's Eden Valley property Ross's Block is found in deep sandy loam soil rich with acitiy and minerals, an ideal base for sensational floral and lime Riesling definition.
Youthful and vibrant, this dry white wine is intensely aromatic with fresh passionfruit, cut grass and light zestings of lemon peel for a crisp clean finish.
A lush wine, crafted with barrel maturation. Refined lemon notes and a somewhat honeyed texture create a pleasing palate with balanced acidity.
This Chardonnay is a beautifully refined cool climate wine, with stone fruit and lemon pith characters that are supported by a balance of toasted oak characters and crisp freshness.
Awarded 'Best Riesling in the World' (IWSC) six times. A mature wine with remarkable youth on the palate. Great fruit purity with a crisp, dry finish.
This is an astonishingly lively wine, with beautiful aromas of lemon flower and beeswax with youthful lemongrass aromas and citrus acidity with honeyed development from bottle ageing.