Lark Hill Riesling 2021, Canberra District, NSW

Lark Hill Riesling 2021, Canberra District, NSW

Ripe lemon aromas and hints of pineapple that jump out of the glass. Dry, intense front palate with crunchy green apple acidity. Flavours of freshly squeezed lemons. Lovely concentration which softens out to a medium plus long finish.

Varietal Review 2021- Riesling

Varietal Review 2021- Riesling

I recently attended a get together of the notorious DWA (Daylesford Wine Appreciation Group) at Winespeake in town. Resident expert ‘Som’ Jeremy Shiell put on four different expressions of riesling from their great range of wines and it resonated with me that I needed...

Pinot Noir 2013.

Pinot Noir 2013.

All MV6 made pinot with bright redcurrant fruits. The palate is light and elegant with savoury firm tannins. A lovely well balanced and structured Pinot.

Shiraz Viognier 2013.

Shiraz Viognier 2013.

4% viognier as a field blend. Redcurrant and raspberry fruits with some white pepper and sweet spice. All in all an attractive nose. Warm, medium bodied wine with lovely balance of acid and tannins. Extremely easy drinking. 13% alc RRP