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  1. There’s Riesling and there’s Riesling, then there’s Neudorf. This quietly unassuming winery continues to push the envelope with their single site wines and this thrills the senses. There’s a core of lemon and lime fruit that’s underpinned by a burst of sweetness that is beautifully balanced by fresh and fine acids. The key to the flavour is the natural minerals that imbue the wine with a sense of place.
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  2. Here we have a rich, dry style of riesling out of Austria from the king of Austrian wines - Bert Salomon. Lots of stone fruits, lemon citrus and honey hints decorate the nose, and faithfully translate to the lighter to medium-bodied palate flavours. It's all wrapped up in some zippy acidity, with some smooth honey flavours on the finish. Good to go tonight with roast pork.
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  3. The name suggests this is a dry style of riesling out of EnZed, however, it does have a smidgen of residual sugar, and it is at the riper end of the spectrum at almost 13% alcohol. It's a lemon and lime wine that also shows smells of honeysuckle and slight toast. The palate is light and quite frisky, with an avalanche of citrus flavours, an appealing talcy texture, and a flinty, limy finish. Ideal with Thai food.
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  4. Owned and operated by Australia's own Brian Croser, this is a pearler of a riesling out of the USA made in an off-dry style. Bright scents of limes is the first thing you sniff, followed by lovely florals of jasmine and honeysuckle, and green apples. The palate is light and zesty, with sabre-like lime flavours cutting a path along the tongue, a poised hit of sweetness, a talcy texture, and a crisp, vibrant finish that lingers. Excellent stuff in a Germanic style.
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  5. Underpriced. That's the best way to describe this wine, for it could be twice the dollars and still worth every cent. Such is the joy of Great Southern Riesling, which seems to perpetually overperform for the money. This Riesling is a perfect case in point - a delicious, vibrant and crisp dry white wine with beautiful flavours and loads of acidity. So refreshing, so very tasty, so well priced!
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  6. Frogmore creek are doing epic things with riesling, so now is the time to discover their wines before the whole world finds out about them! It's highly fragrant on the nose, with intoxicating floral and citrus smells, then the light-bodied, dry palate kicks in with juicy citrus flavours, a touch of herbs, and a super-crunchy, long finish. It will benefit from some cellar time, but give it a good chill and it will be good to go with some tempura prawns.
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  7. A single vineyard riesling from Watervale at this price? Get out of town! You are the winner here, 'cos this cheeky little riesling is top notch value, and a bloody good drink! Aromas of limes, florals and lychees waft out of the glass, whilst the palate is quite rich and juicy, with citrus and lemon curd flavours, frisky acidity, and a crisp, long finish. Some softshell crab would be awesome with this.
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  8. Sometimes it’s appropriate to drink a wine that’s low in alcohol and what could be more exciting than this Germanic inspired Riesling that shares a tension between sweetness and acidity. Strangely enough it’s from Marlborough, New Zealand and the team at Framingham Estate have really nailed the style. It’s laden with minerals and seductive aromas of orange and honeysuckle before a silky and balanced palate of stonefruit and citrus.
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  9. This little puppy is a bright, citrusy young thing that is already picking up some silver bling from wine shows. Lemons are the theme here, but there are hints of spice and white florals. The palate is pretty dry and nimble, with with lots of lemony and tropical flavours, zippy acidity, and a dry, zesty finish. It will kick on in the cellar for a few years!
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  10. The Old Winery range is the more 'entry level' offering from wine legends Tyrrell's, which makes them great value for money. This 2013 white comes in at around 12% alcohol, so is a little plusher than previous years, and shows appealing lychee, citrus and ginger spice smells on the nose, whilst the palate is more generous and fruity, with a tickle of sweetness, a fine line of zippy acidity, and a crisp, relatively dry finish. These wines are the bomb with a chicken panang.
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  11. When you come across a riesling with a bit of age to it, they are well worth jumping into. This one from Paulett shows candied lime, citrus peel and subtle honey on the nose whilst the palate is lighter-bodied and delicate, with softer citrus and honey flavours, a touch of toastiness, and some crispness to the acidity keeping everything lively. It's great drinking now, but should kick on for a couple more years yet.
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  12. Tunkalilla is owned by Australia's own Brian Croser, who also makes the wines, so you know they are going to be good. This 2009 version is from a slightly cooler year, but is still shows some richness of fruit. Made in an off-dry style, aromas of limes, stone fruits, subtle honey and savoury notes adorn the nose, whilst the palate is light-bodied and ripe, with peach and citrus flavours, a hit of sweetness, some flinty acidity, and a smooth finish with that sweetness coming back at the end. Great with Thai-inspired chilli dishes.
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  13. Dry in style, this is quite a juicy, fruit-driven riesling that shows lots of lemons, limes and jasmine florals on the nose that is highly intoxicating. The palate is light, bright and tight with citrus and tropical flavours, laser-like acidity, and a dry, lemony finish. Salt and pepper squid would be awesome with this!
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  14. David Boon, Boags, Tasmanian Tigers and... Riesling? That's the possible progression of great Tasmanian things if this wine is anything to go by. It's a juicy style of Riesling yes also a dry one, straddling the ripeness fence to give something for the whole family (that should also get even better with a little more bottle age).
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  15. Riesling from Marlborough? Well it’s not the obvious go to region for this grape but here’s one we could not let slide past. Tupari are a boutique winery doing great things with pristine fruit from the Marlborough region. This wine is best paired with some spicy Asian dishes to revel in its citrus core and refreshing acids. It’s a textured white that exudes a mineral expression before finishing dry.
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  16. The wines of Austria are undiscovered gems in Oz, but they are well worth seeking out, especially when they are from excellent producers like this. Sepp Moser have been making wine since 1848, and this bright young riesling is full of juicy lemon and limes on the nose, whilst the palate is relatively dry with more zesty flavours, a flinty texture, and a dry, crisp finish. Lovely stuff!
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  17. Hailing from the rich, ripe Pfalz region of German comes this slightly sweet style of riesling. There's some appealing stone fruits on the nose and palate, along with a lick of orange marmalade. It's all propped up with lemony acidity, a flinty texture, and a dry, juicy finish. Try it with a Thai pork dish.
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  18. Tassie riesling is going down a storm at the moment - in fact anything out of Tassie is going down a storm! This is a cracking little number that comes across as off-dry in style, with lots of limes, lemons, jasmine florals and flintiness on the nose, which translates really well to the lighter-bodied, subtly sweet palate. It's all wrapped up in frisky acidity, a milky mouthfeel, and a lemon sorbet-like finish that will have you smacking your lips. Lovely stuff!
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  19. We love a good rizza, and this one out of Watervale is a ripper! It's a dry, crisp style that shows lots of classic freshly-squeezed lime on the nose, along with hints of honeysuckle and dairy. The palate is lighter-bodied and juicy, with a heap of tropical and citrus flavours, a silky mouthfeel, a decent zip of acidity, and a dry, crunchy finish. Excellent with grilled fish.
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  20. It’s time for Riesling to rise from the ashes and the one region that’s going to do it is the Clare Valley and the winery that’s going to do it is the Rise Vineyards. The Riesling revolution will be fuelled on citrus goodness like this, paired with some pan-fried whiting for good measure. It has a regional signature of lemon and lime and a dose of slatey minerality with an intense yet clean finish.
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