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2018 Erin Eyes Pride of Erin Riesling

2018 Erin Eyes Pride of Erin Riesling

A wine that would sit proudly amongst the upper echelon of Australian Riesling and a steal for $35. Concentration and power with each constituent part unraveling a new layer of flavor or texture. The nose is a mix of jasmine, talc, crushed rock, lime zest and Granny Smith apple that is as aromat...

AUD $24.99 per bottle in a case

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$149.94 A CASE (6 x 750ml)


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  • Another absolutely outstanding release from winemaker Steve Wiblin. The concentration and intensity that Steve manages to achieve in his Rieslings, is only matched by the elegance and finesse. If you're a fan of classic Clare Riesling that has the acidity and structure to survive a long sleep in the cellar, then Erin Eyes is your new best friend.

    You'll see from Patrick Eckel's 97 Point review, that this wine is a 'steal for $35.' Surely then, our price of $24.99 is a gift. Riesling fans rejoice! Your Summer drinking is sorted.

  • WINEMAKER'S NOTES

    TASTING NOTES

    Complex aromas of talc, lime zest, citrus blossom and stony mineral notes. The palate is elegant and linear, with great concentration and depth. Crisp, green apple acidity carries the wine through to the long finish, supported by honey characters and a steely mineral edge.

  • REVIEWS

    'A wine that would sit proudly amongst the upper echelon of Australian Riesling and a steal for $35. Concentration and power with each constituent part unraveling a new layer of flavor or texture. The nose is a mix of jasmine, talc, crushed rock, lime zest and Granny Smith apple that is as aromatic as they are intriguing. The palate is defined by its beautifully proportioned citrus acidity that gives a lemon sherbet like backdrop for fresh white flowers, lime and green apple. There is a touch of fennel that gives colour to the long and wonderfully precise finish. You won’t find many better wines at this price tag.'
    97 Points - Patrick Eckel, WineReviewer.com.au