When I think of the iconic names of Australian riesling Grosset jumps out at me, as each year they shape three of the most expressive yet long lived examples in the country.
Grosset Watervale Riesling 2010
The first thing that jumps out at you is how profoundly intense this is. Imagine drinking lemon and lime concentrate with spice and apples mixed in. All of the flavours sit on a beautifully long sculptured palate that leaves me feeling refreshed and invigorated. Since this is not regarded as one of the best vintages I would be keen as mustard to see what they can do in highly rated years because I think this is beautiful.