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2014 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Riesling (Screwcap)

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December 26, 2021 - $31



91Vinous / IWC

...aromas of fresh citrus and orchard fruits, white flowers, quinine and diesel fuel, with a bright mineral overtone. Dry, incisive and sharply focused, offering zesty Meyer lemon and bitter quince flavors... Vibrant and utterly fat-free, finishing with strong thrust and emphatic citrus zest and honeysuckle notes.

91James Suckling

...bright lime and lemon-scented nose here, with lovely fragrant citrus and gentle crushed stony notes too. The plate has impeccably pure and evenhanded style, plus crunchy acidity; melon and lime cooler flavors run the distance.

90+ The Wine Advocate

...key lime pie and jasmine aromas, fanning out to lanolin, allspice and beeswax. This wine is dry, very fresh and pure, with a long, steely finish.


Australia, Western Australia, Margaret River

Western Australia is the nation’s largest state by square miles. However, by population and wine production, it is small. Western Australia covers about a third of Australia but has only about 27,000 square miles of vineyards, which produce about 7% of the nation’s wine. Nevertheless, wine writers Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson have noted that “in quality terms (Western Australia) is very near the top, with a distinctive lightness of touch combined with ripeness of fruit – an unusual combination in Australia.” The region’s winemaking history started in the 1830s and was centered in Swan Valley, which remains an important winemaking region despite its extremely hot, dry weather. By the early 20th century, the Swan Valley was noted for its age-worthy Chenin Blanc, and white wine grapes remain a staple of Swan Valley vineyards. Other important sub regions are the Margaret River area, noted for its lush, maritime landscapes, and the Great Southern sub-appellations. Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Malbec and Sauvignon Blanc are the major grapes grown.


White Wine, Riesling

This white variety originated in Germany. It’s known for its strong flowery aromas and high acidity. Please note Rieslings can have dramatic differences as the grape can be used to make dry, semi-sweet, sweet and sparkling wines.