Region: Frankland River, WA
Green apple, almost a vanilla/white flower perfume, smoke and spice. It’s powerful and slick in texture, the fruit and glycerol smoothing out that almost unrelenting acidity. Has a crushed rock and petrol thing happening, a crunch and dryness, lemon pith and abraded texture pushing out the finish. Tart, yet full in flavour. It’s a powerhouse of dry Riesling. - Notes from Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.