Leaving grapes out to succumb to natural botrytis (Noble Rot) is risky, but we reckon we’ve managed to pull it off by selecting our parcels “little and often”.
The reward to such risk is a sweet little wine with lashings of apricot and citrus flavours, and perfect acidity.
This late harvest style Riesling is extremely concentrated and viscous.
Rule #1: Do what you love
Enjoy with a selection of cheeses or as an aperitif
Bob Campbell (MW) 95/100 pts
'Big, syrupy and concentrated dessert riesling in a beerenauslese style with honey, honeycomb, and exotic tropical fruit flavours supported by assertive natural acidity. Very strong botrytis influence'.