Pipers Brook Gewürtztraminer 2014


If I had to choose where to plant vines in Australia, starting today, I would choose Tasmania.  This Pipers Brook gewürtztraminer is a good one.  It has typical gewürtz aromatics of lychee and talc, although it is not as floral or outlandishly aromatic as some.  The palate is fresh, the acid mid-range and the profile on the palate almost mineral, with flavours in the grapefruit and lemon spectrum.  This is a perfect foil for Asian noodles with a touch of chilli.  G

Abv: 13%, Price: $34, Source: sample, Vendors and website: http://kreglingerwineestates.com/products/pipers-brook/, Tasted: 2015
Tasmania
July 12, 2015
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