Textbook Eden Valley Riesling. It’s mineral with a subtle lavender perfume, spice, grapefruit and lime. Clean and direct, pure acidity and visions of mineral water flowing over stones, if you take my meaning. The finish is clean, crunchy and very long. Beautiful wine. Dead set bargain. You could even twist my arm to rate it one point higher, maybe. 94 points, Gary Walsh, WineFront.
Carrying the prestigious name of one of Australia's most renowned Riesling craftsmen, the now (almost) retired John Vickery, who mentors winemaker Phil Lehmann… this exudes the purest of lemon notes in zest, flesh and leaf, beautifully ripe from four family run vineyards and with exciting natural acidity in discreet balance. It's a joyous aperitif. 95 points, Tony Love, Advertiser, Adelaide.
From 15-17 ear-old, low yielding vines from the Zander, Mason and Riley Vineyards, each parcel fermented separately in stainless steel before final selection and blending. Gleaming straw-green; classic young Eden Valley Riesling, its citrus aromas and flavours on the midpoint between lime and lemon, the acidity flowing calmly on in the wake of the fruit, purity the watchword. 96 points, James Halliday, Wine Companion.