The wine is then left on its lees for six months. A small parcel of riesling was fermented and aged in (neutral) oak for 10 months where it attains lovely complex textural components and enhances the opulence of the wine.
Lovely straw hue, bath salts, citrus blossom with an underlying touch of mandarine and lime sorbet. A wine of many layers. Soft and enticing upfront, round and rich in the mid palate and a saline acid profile that adds a perfect balance. A pithy textural weight adds a layer of complexity with juicy limes bringing a long finish.
An intensity of flavours, classic of the Poison Hill vineyard gives a wine of real authenticity and longevity highlighted by a chalky textural element to the wine. Seamless texture with beautifully integrated acidity gives the wine some lovely mouth-watering minerality, the flavours are focused and persistent, with beautiful fruit generosity and a lovely pithy textural component the wine has lovely balance that builds richness along the palate