I’m around at the neighbours place and a bottle of [link2post id=”1505″]Grosset Polish Hill 2004[/link2post] has been cracked. This is really excellent Riesling: fresh, lively, balanced, complex, really lovely stuff. At fifteen quid a bottle from the Wine Soc it is a bargain. It’ll age for ten or so years as well, if you have the facilities.
A complete bargain
Davy Strange 13 April 2006 Australia, Buying recommendations No Comments
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