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2011 Art Series Riesling »
Winemaker's Tasting Note
Bright straw green in colour.
The 2011 Riesling exhibits concentrated aromas of apple blossom, sweet spice, musk, cut limes and lemon sorbet characteristics.
The palate reveals fresh lively lemon, lime rind and orange zest which is balanced with fine and prolonged lime finish this is a wine of great fruit intensity with lingering acid and a lovely lime granita after taste.
“92 points. Aromatically dramatic, this is fragrant with grapefruit, apple and floral character that reaches through to the long, vivid finish. Drink now through 2025.”
Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator Insider, February 2012
"90 points. Light yellow. Vibrant scents of lime and lemon, with complicating mineral and quinine notes. Racy, tightly focused and light-bodied, with bright citrus and quince flavors. Lime zest and white pepper notes add bite to a long and incisive finish."
Josh Raynolds, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, July 2012
“90 points. A stalwart of riesling for the region, this edition exhibits fresh lemon, talc and a splash of ginger; the palate is fresh and racy, with the finish softening considerably; best enjoyed young and fresh.”
James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion, 2013 Edition
"90/100. Year in and year out this Riesling is so consistent. It has its own distinctive style which is as much subregional as varietal. Floral and minerally with a distinctive spicy twist. It's perfect for immediate drinking with its fine delicate acid and sustained flavour. Lovely fresh wine. Picked early to retain its fineness. Cellar 5 years."
The West Australian Wine Guide 2013 by Ray Jordan
Australia Day Tasting, London, January 2014
"91 points. It's Leeuwin's Chardonnay that always grabs the spotlight, but their pristine, characterful Riesling is a firm Gang favourite too. It has a gorgeous nose, flooded with beeswax and a whiff of petrol, showing mineral compexity. Deliciously dry and single minded stuff, it arguably verges on the austere, but then a Key-lime pie creaminess helps give delicious balance and length."
The Wine Gang's March Report, March 2014