Sandalwood, preserved citrus, black tea leaves and jasmine seamlessly merge into the more expected Frankland River Riesling characters of lemon zest, green apple skins and chalk. In the mouth, the acidity is like a coiled spring, cushioned by voluminous fruit padding on all sides. This is svelte and streamlined, but it has presence and viscosity, too. There is subtle structural integrity and a spool of lingering flavour through the finish … what a superb wine. This is generous, but it’s tense and taut too… disguised austerity. Slatey.
97 points. Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion
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