green/ gold coloursome petrol on the nose showing some developmentLots of aciditydry, lots of spice, some limes, more spicespritzya little toastiness, just beginning to fill out, some lengthgood stuff, quite simple
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Pale lemon, green fruit on nose with citrus on the palette. Dry with acidity pushing over medium but balanced and refreshing. Nice easy wine.
Fresh, classic young dry Riesling. Lemon on the nose, grapefruit on the finish. Nothing too fancy about this. (B)
Slight sulphur over lemon and peach, slight spritz in the mouth, flavours of lemon, medium plus acid, juicy. Some tropical fruit notes on finish. Clean and lovely
pale yellow colour, smells of grapefruit and some apricot, is fruity without being too much so, nice combination of fruityness and minerality, nice residual sugar, medium length
German Riesling, By Farr and Burgundy tasting (Prince Wine Store - Bank Street): A nice lemon and green apple nose with a delicate mineral palette with a soft peach finish.
Langton's Burklin Wolf tasting (26 Waterloo Street, Surry Hills, Sydney): Pale lemon, slight tearing. Medium minus intensity, youthful, aromas of mineral, slight citrus - lime and green apple. In the mouth medium plus zesty acidity and notes of red apple, slight mineral, medium plus finish. Good but simple
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