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Chateau Tanunda Grand Barossa Riesling 2009

Riesling from Barossa Valley, Barossa, Australia
  • WS88
  • RP88
11.5% ABV
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Winemaker Notes

GRAND BAROSSA Riesling is subtle yellow in color, displaying delicate lifted aromas of lime blossom and citrus fruits. Lemon, lime and hints of passion fruit are in abundance. The palate is focused, pure and linear with a delicious juicy finish. Elegant and intense with a touch of minerality and refreshing acidity.

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WS 88
Wine Spectator
Light and tart, with a bright beam of creamy pear and lemon blossom aromas and flavors pointing through to a lingering finish. Drink now through 2018.
RP 88
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Chateau Tanunda's 2009 Grand Barossa Riesling displays a pronounced perfume of jasmine, lemon grass and fresh lime juice with hints of crushed stones and hay. Dry, crisp and light to medium-bodied, it has a good concentration of citrus flavors and a long chalky finish. Drink it now to 2014.
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Chateau Tanunda, , Australia
Chateau Tanunda
Chateau Tanunda Estate, one of Australia's largest and oldest chateau (est. 1890), is the birthplace of the Barossan wine industry, and is the site of Barossa Valley's first vine plantings (1845) and first winery (1848). The charismatic John Geber, already a fine wine enthusiast, happened unpon the majestic chateau in 1998 on an early morning bike ride. It wasn't long before he had made it his mission to reinstate it to its former glory, becoming only the 3rd owner in the chateau's 120-year history. The Geber family is now the proud cutodian of this great icon and its heritage, and is dedicated to the art of fine winemaking.
SWS298722_2009 Item# 106011

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