The winery and vineyards are set amongst the rolling hills in the Polish Hill River region of the beautiful and historic Clare Valley.
Pristine aromas of lime, lemon and grapefruit dominate initially, with some gentle floral notes kicking in behind these. Maybe just a suggestion of wet slate/stones too. Very typical and very attractive. On the Palate fresh, crisp and dry as it always is upon release. The palate is chockful of the citrus characters aforementioned, well balanced by the zingy acid that provides much of the drive to the finish. Finishes clean and dry with just a hint of textural grip.
“Lime juice and barley sugar, a floral perfume with some kaffir lime leaf. It’s juicy, limey, feels just straying into the zone of subtle sweetness, but the acid crunch, lime rind in tonic, and subtle chalky texture keeps it neat and tasty. Approachable. Good fun too.” – 93 Points Gary Walsh