Decanter

1st September, 2011

Various, 18.5 points

NZ & Australia Riesling Panel Tasting

Lime, lemon peel and spicy kaffir lime leaves on the nose - classic!  Very tight-knit palate with thrusting acidity and juicy, citrus, peach and lanolin complexity.  It‘s dry but has a palate richness and concentration.  Intense.

JancisRobinson.com

7th June, 2011

Jancis Robinson MW, 16.5 points

Crunchy mouth-filling fruit. Pure, minerally finish. Very juicy and satisfying.

TheWineDetective.co.uk

21st January, 2011

Sarah Ahmed

Marvellously chiselled with minerals.

Gourmet Traveller Wine

1st October, 2010

Langton`s 2010 Classification of Australian Wine

Outstanding Category

The wine is typically fresh and minerally with lemon curd, lime and camomile aromas, with richness, volume and indelible mouth-watering acidity. As the wine ages it develops more lime intensity and beautiful honey, toast complexity. Previously released as Watervale Riesling, the Springvale moniker emphasises its single-vineyard origins.

Australian Wine Companion

27th July, 2011

James Halliday, 95 points

Bright straw-green; a generous bouquet and palate, with ripe citrus and tropical aromas and flavours; impeccable line, length and balance. Offers much now, yet more in the future.

TheWineDetective.co.uk

1st April, 2011

Sarah Ahmed

This leads on nose and palate with a seamless and prolonged delivery of mouthwatering lime and grapefruit, perfumed lime blossom and chalk dust, which adds a textural “spine.” As you’d expect from Grosset it’s possessed of crystalline purity and precision, making for a long, controlled, seemingly endless finish with breathtaking fluidity. Broachable if intensely primary and youthful at this stage, with plenty in reserve.

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

1st December, 2010

Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, 92 points

Issue 192

Fresh lemon / lime aromas with some lemongrass, crushed stones, lime leaves, coriander seed and a whiff of honeysuckle. Medium-bodied, dry and with crisp acidity, the palate is understandably tight and tense at this youthful stage yet displaying great concentration and a long chalky finish.

TheWineGang.com

1st October, 2010

90 points

If you didn't already know that Jeffrey Grosset is arguably Australia's best maker of Riesling, you will when you taste this young but dangerously moreish Riesling which combines the citrusy-crisp virtues of lemon and lime tanginess with an elegantly dry zesty finish.