It's juicy & just off dry, fine chalky texture lending grip, soft but sure acidity & very long finish trailing with perfume, white rice & sweet green apple. What a delight, and it's very good to drink right now. Why wait?" 95 pts - Gary Walsh - WineFront
“Meadowbank’s vineyard is one of the most important in Tasmanian wine; a whole host of the best quality and most interesting Tasmanian wine brands source fruit from it. The label and winery itself has had a bit of a hiatus but renowned winemaker Peter Dredge has teamed up with the Ellis family to kick things back into life.” Campbell Mattinson
This juicy and spine-tingling Riesling was hand-picked from the Estate's sandy north-facing slopes, whole-cluster pressed and naturally fermented (60% in stainless steel with a smidge of sugar left residual, and 40% wild-fermented in wood until dry). This is lovely stuff. Fine, citrus and white peach notes with a long, racy close. There's just a gentle kiss of sweetness that works perfectly with the driven freshness of the wine.
"Jasmine, vanilla, talc, a stony crushed rock thing, apple and rambutan, or something like that. It's juicy and just off dry, fine chalky texture lending grip, soft but sure acidity, and very long finish trailing with perfume, white rice and sweet green apple. What a delight, and it's very good to drink right now. Why wait?" 95 points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front