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Grosset Riesling Alea Off-Dry Clare Valley 750ML 2012
Sku: 18187
"Grown on a challenging yellowy, red-rock terroir in Watervale, the 2012 Alea Riesling shows a very pretty citrus, honey and floral nose with under-ripe pineapple and green apple nuances. With 1 ...more
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Country: Australia
Region: South Australia
Sub-Region: Mounty Lofty Ranges
Appellation: Clare Valley
Grape Varietal: Riesling
Type: Still wine
Reg. $22.99
Buy Grosset Riesling Alea Off-Dry Clare Valley
Wine Advocate 92 points - Grown on a challenging yellowy, red-rock terroir in Watervale, the 2012 Alea Riesling shows a very pretty citrus, honey and floral nose with under-ripe pineapple and green apple nuances. With 16 grams per liter of residual sugar, the wine seems very dry, very refreshing and harmonious while showing some mineral notes on the long finish. Drink it from 2014 to 2021+.

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"Grown on a challenging yellowy, red-rock terroir in Watervale, the 2012 Alea Riesling shows a very pretty citrus, honey and floral nose with under-ripe pineapple and green apple nuances. With 16 grams per liter of residual sugar, the wine seems very dry, very refreshing and harmonious while showing some mineral notes on the long finish." - Parker
Wine maker notes
Harvested from an estate-owned vineyard dedicated to this distinctive style, this wine has just a touch of sweetness, despite being officially rated ‘dry’ in international terms. Spicy aromas of herb, lavender and lemon blossom, it is fresh and tangy with a taut, crisp finish.

Producer
We travelled the world in search of the ultimate home for us, a place that would fulfil our dream of being makers of very special, unique wine. Many places charmed us -- Cyprus, France, Portugal, Spain, Madeira, New Zealand, Victoria, Tasmania, Margaret River and the Hunter Valley -- but we kept returning to the Barossa Valley, drawn by all it had to offer:
  • A unique district that maintains many of the great traditions lost in other areas.
  • A strong commitment to preserving a great vineyard heritage (where special wine starts!) rather than letting it be taken over by industry or sub-division.
  • A climate with four very distinct seasons.
  • A wonderful sense of community where everyone works together for the common good, taking pride in the achievements of one and all.
Upon seeing our 45-acre vineyard, we knew we had discovered the vineyard and home of our dream. The blend of the old classic Barossa feel and subtle Mediterranean influences in our home is a philosophy carried over to our wines.

As we hoped, our wines are being enjoyed as symbols of the Barossa's simple elegance - a reflection of truly special wine traditions.