Some notable dry Rieslings, mainly Australian
31 Jan 2006 by JR
Here’s a range of Australian Rieslings tasted recently plus some notable Rieslings from elsewhere, one German re-tasted, an Austrian, a California and one of the last wines made by the late, talented Jimi Brooks in Oregon.   06 feb : The following three wines have just been added. Jacob’s Creek Riesling 2004 South Eastern Australia 14 Drink now That very obvious ‘perfumed talc’ smell of inexpensive Oz Riesling with some lime. Just off dry. 11.5%. No great concentration and the acidity could be more refreshing. This would be fine at £4.50 but doesn’t strike me as...

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