Sweet wine season, 8: Tamar Ridge Kayena Botrytis Riesling

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Sweet wine season, 8: Tamar Ridge Kayena Botrytis Riesling

Having a lot of fun with sweet wines, still. Here’s another cracker from Tasmania. So pure.

Tamar Ridge Kayena Vineyard Botrytis Riesling 2007 Tasmania
9% alcohol. Highly aromatic with notes of melon, citrus fruits, grapefruit and crystalline fruits. The palate is sweet and pure with wonderful freshness, viscous, intense melon and citrus fruit, and good balancing acidity. Lively with a sort of spicy zip to it. 94/100 (UK importer: ABS)

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  1. Potential purchasers of Tamar Ridge products need to be aware that the company is owned by Gunns, a large wood chip producer. They have made news in Australia by attempting to silence protest at their forestry practices by dragging individuals rash enough to complain into the civil courts in an attempt to silence their concerns.

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