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Grosset, Polish Hill, Riesling, Clare Valley - 2004

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The 2004 Grosset Polish Hill is comparable in quality terms with the two most recent vintages of the wine although it resembles the 2003 in profile more than the 2002. Characteristically closed at present yet with hints of lime zest and savoury minerally aromas, it is intensely flavoured with pristine, freshly squeezed lime juice flavours before a long, distinctively lingering, dry finish. The 2004 Polish Hill has that characteristic lean, steely, tight structure, immense power, weight and persistence which suggests that it is built for the long haul.

"Often slower to open up than is Watervale counterpart, this year the roles seem to be reversed, but without compromising the cellaring potential of this wine. Potent lime and apple blossom aromas flow through into the palate, where flecks of herb and slate add to the complexity of the long finish."

96 Points James Halliday Top 100 ‘The Weekend Australian’ 20/10/04