Not exactly the most on trend packaging perhaps? About as fashionable as this blog. Thanks to Winefront for again reviewing something that probably wouldn’t be a random first choice from the shelves of summer essential Riesling. Density and softness of fruit flavour suggests care, money and time lavished on hand picking and gentle squeezing. Still fresh and full of citrus, that developing lime caramelised in a warm pan and a herby sweetness of coriander and its seed, fennel and a lick of vanilla. Pillows softly but full in the mouth and caries on fine acidity. The best sort of Clare Riesling, books and covers, eh?
12% alcohol. Screw cap. $35 rrp on release, $17 at auction, lucky.
2 thoughts on “2015 Steve Wilbin’s Erin Eyes Pride of Erin Reserve Clare Valley Riesling”
Autocorrect strikes again, this time turning carries into dental decay. Caries on fine acidity, youch!
You’re sharp eyed, old fella. Cavities in my old proof reading brain. Better not correct, it’s almost painfully funny.