Jeffrey Grosset has been at the forefront of Australian Riesling production over the past two decades. He makes a range of wines, but none are more famed than his two Rieslings, one from Polish Hill and one from Watervale – both located in the Clare Valley in South Australia.

Generally it is said that the Watervale is for earlier consumption than the Polish Hill and so at nearly 9 years of age, the Watervale was due for drinking.

Tasting Note: A lovely bright light golden colour. Honey, toast and just a small touch of kerosene (which i personally don’t mind). Outstanding length. At or very close to its apex, but I feel like it has the structure to hold this peak for years to come. A beautiful example of mature Australian Riesling. 93 Points Drink: Now -2007

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