Monday, June 6, 2022


Just arrived!  The rest of our allocation
Some of the best dry Rieslings you will find!!!

2021 Rieslingfreak Riesling Clare Valley No. 33....$19.99
Attractively fresh florals and lime, as well as pear, apple blossom and some more exotic spice notes. The palate has a richly fleshy feel with really generous peach, pear and lime flavors. Drink over the next five years. Screw cap.
Rated 93/100 James Suckling

2021 Rieslingfreak Riesling Eden Valley No. 44.....$19.99
This hinges to lemon citrus and has an elegant nose with almost essence-like intensity. The palate has a smooth, fleshy and softly round feel. Elegantly fleshy and plenty of fine acidity below the fruit here. Drink over the next three years. Screw cap.
Rated 92/100 James Suckling
Rated 93/100 Vinous Media

No. 10 has SOLD OUT

2021 Rieslingfreak Riesling Clare Valley Eden Valley No. 10...$31.99
This best-of-vintage, cross-regional blend has aromas of dried meadow flowers with some waxy notes and plenty of ripe citrus fruit, flint and spice. The elegant palate holds peach, pear and lemon flavor and delivers impressive drive and richness through the finish. Complex. Drink or hold. Screw cap.
Rated 97/100 James Suckling

Initially only made to serve exclusively to family. After deciding to release this wine as Rieslingfreak No.10, this blend has come to represent the very best of Rieslingfreak. Sourced from only the very best parcels from across the Clare and Eden Valleys, No.10 is only produced in minute amounts from the most exceptional vintages. This is an extremely limited release of only 240 bottles. Only 120 made it to the U.S. We scored 24 bottles only.

2021 Rieslingfreak Polish Hill No.2 Riesling...$25.99
The Polish Hill River Riesling comes from a single block in the Polish Hill sub-region of the Clare Valley. John Hughes thinks this vineyard produces the best fruit of all his vineyard sources.Has some generous fruit with strident mineral notes, as well as pure lime. There’s flesh and weight to the palate. Quite fleshy and concentrated with zesty acidity. So drinkable now and will age well. Screw cap.
Rated 95/100 James Suckling
Bright, pale yellow colour, with a very attractive flowery bouquet: gardenia, dried flowers, perhaps boronia. The palate is intense and refined, crisp and linear, with lovely flowing harmony and length. Clean, soft but dry finish. A beautiful young riesling. Grapes from the Jaeschke family vineyard. Drink: 2021-2033
Rated 96/100 The Real Review

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