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2017 KT Peglidis Riesling

2017 KT Peglidis Riesling

Peglidis presents itself as a wine of intensity and depth with complex flavours that are quite savoury in outlook. Coriander seeds, lemon salt, aspirin and wet slate. Of course, there's excellent fruit and acid balance, both key to its vibrancy, detail and potential age-worthiness. On song.
97 points - James Halliday's Wine Companion

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  • Wines by KT are small, lovingly cared for parcels of fruit that have traditional techniques used in their creation. Winemaker Kerri Thompson is passionate about the township of Watervale 5452 and working with dry grown, sustainably farmed vineyards in the area. With gentle care from grapegrower to winemaker, working with both organic and biodynamic principles, it’s her intention to produce wines with drinkability and personality.

    The Peglidis vineyard has been carefully tended by the same custodians for the last forty six years and is an important wine growing source for wines by KT. This dry Riesling and its intense fruit flavour, shows graceful power and is balanced with juicy acidity.

    The hand picked fruit from the Peglidis vineyard, which is focused on natural farming, is Kerri Thompson's eleventh release from this vineyard. With delicate floral spice and succulent, fleshy citrus fruit, this wine displays all the fine hallmarks of the Watervale region.


    Winemaker: Kerri Thompson
    Grapegrower: B & Y. Peglidis
    Single Vineyard: Peglidis Vineyard
    Riesling: planted in 1973
    Farming: dry grown
    Making: No enzyme used in the making. VEGAN friendly.
    Total Production: 250 dozen

    Alcohol - 12.0%
    pH - 3.19
    TA - 6.75
    RS - 2.0g/l


    Arguably one of Australia's greatest Rieslings here and from a vintage that truely captures the spirit of the winemaker and site. Fistfuls of lemon balm, white flowers, fenugreek, nashi pear and mandarin. Striking length and an unyielding finish. Wicked wine that Australia should take in the same stride as the likes of Grosset, Pikes and Frankland Estate.


    'Arguably the most detailed Churinga to date reaching lofty heights with its clarity and whirl of citrus from mandarin blossom, lemon juice and pith with flavours building along the palate. Its frame is linear and elegant, and the acidity has laser precision right through to the long finish.'
    97 Points - James Halliday

    'Very light, almost pale yellow hue, with a discreet but intense aroma of lime leaf, lemon peel and pith. Dry and crisp on the palate, it's a quite powerful, expressive, generously flavoured riesling with tremendous length of palate. A tighter, more reserved wine than the Churinga or the 5452..'

    95 Points - Huon Hooke