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LEO BURING Leonay DWU15 Riesling, Polish Hill River 2017

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LEO BURING Leonay DWU15 Riesling, Polish Hill River 2017

The classic, beautifully pristine Leo Buring Leonay Rieslings – with their complicated bin numbers – reflect the pinnacle of harvest across the Eden and Clare Valleys. Cool fermentation in stainless steel protects aromatics and cold settling promotes richness and complexity. This is an extremely fine-boned style with fragrant lemon, pear skin, grapefruit and tonic water aromatics, and fine chalky textures with pure fruit flavours and fine, indelible acid cut.
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The classic, beautifully pristine Leo Buring Leonay Rieslings – with their complicated bin numbers – reflect the pinnacle of harvest across the Eden and Clare Valleys. Cool fermentation in stainless steel protects aromatics and cold settling promotes richness and complexity. This is an extremely fine-boned style with fragrant lemon, pear skin, grapefruit and tonic water aromatics, and fine chalky textures with pure fruit flavours and fine, indelible acid cut.
  • Style: Riesling
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Region: Polish Hill River
  • Code: LBLDWU15
  • Varietal: Riesling
  • Country: Australia

Winery LEO BURING

Leo Buring Hermann Paul Leopold Buring (better known as Leo Buring) was born in 1876 in South Australia to German parents. In 1896 Leo was Dux of the Oenology course at Roseworthy Agricultural College, and in 1902, after studying at Geisenheim, Germany and Montpellier, France, he joined Penfolds Minchinbury Cellars near Mt Druitt in New South Wales. In 1931 Buring formed a business partnership with Reginald Mowat of Great Western called Leo Buring & Co. His first wine was made from grapes grown at his Emu Plains property in the early 1930s. However, he moved the major part of his wine operations to the Barossa Valley in South Australia in 1945.  John Vickery joined in 1953 and a golden period followed. During the 1960s and 1970s Leo Buring Rieslings were regarded as the very best white Australian wines. The brand fell under the radar in the intervening decades due to various corporate reshuffles, but is today once again on the ascendancy, making its name strictly as Riesling specialist
Leo Buring

Hermann Paul Leopold Buring (better known as Leo Buring) was born in 1876 in South Australia to German parents. In 1896 Leo was Dux of the Oenology course at Roseworthy Agricultural College, and in 1902, after studying at Geisenheim, Germany and Montpellier, France, he joined Penfolds Minchinbury Cellars near Mt Druitt in New South Wales. In 1931 Buring formed a business partnership with Reginald Mowat of Great Western called Leo Buring & Co. His first wine was made from grapes grown at his Emu Plains property in the early 1930s. However, he moved the major part of his wine operations to the Barossa Valley in South Australia in 1945.  John Vickery joined in 1953 and a golden period followed. During the 1960s and 1970s Leo Buring Rieslings were regarded as the very best white Australian wines. The brand fell under the radar in the intervening decades due to various corporate reshuffles, but is today once again on the ascendancy, making its name strictly as Riesling specialist. The Leo Buring Leonay DW Riesling is the top cuvee and is either an Eden Valley of Clare Riesling depending on which area delivers the best parcels of fruit in any given vintage. Leo Buring also produces a standard Clare Riesling and an Eden Valley Riesling both offering superb value for money.

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