Brilliant in clarity, pale straw in color with youthful green tints. Intense aromas of fresh limes, floral notes and garden perfumes penetrate the nose. Generously flavored the flavors of limes, lemons and citrus carry over seamlessly from the nose. A wine made to either drink now or to put down for many years to enjoy with careful bottle maturation, its core of natural acidity providing terrific balance, great palate length and satisfaction.
"Pale color, bright green; a lean and focused bouquet of lime, lemon, bath talc and spices; the palate is super taut and racy, bone dry and linear, with enough flesh on its bones for a long, harmonious and pleasant finish; time will not be an issue."
Australian Wine Companion
"The 2012 Riesling Mort’s Block reveals an intense nose of lime zest and white blossoms, honeyed peach and a touch of pineapple. Tight and crisp in the mouth, it has great intensity and a long finish. It should age well.”"
The Wine Advocate
"Bright straw. Fresh citrus fruits and white flowers on the assertively perfumed nose and in
the mouth. Dry and incisive, with a silky texture and strong back-end cut. Closes with very good
energy and lift, leaving grapefruit and floral notes behind."
International Wine Cellar