"94 Points. This 2019 Mesh Riesling is green and vibrant in appearance, with aromas of zesty lemon and grapefruit. An intense and generous palate, with lively citrus fruit and hints of talc. The wine finishes clean and dry with refreshing, long acidity. As is the case with all great Eden Valley Rieslings, mesh will age gracefully and reliably into a mature wine. It’s a very good release, I think. Perfume of flowers, kaffir lime and lemongrass, tight and crunchy with juicy classic lemon/lime flavours, a steeliness and river pebble and talc kind of texture, a clean line of acidity, and grip and precision on a long dry finish, drizzle of citrus to encourage further drinking. No problem cracking this now. It’s excellent. Tasted : Dec19 12% alc. $32 Screwcap Drink: 2019 - 2029+"- Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.
Mesh Wines was born of occasional musings; the essence of the adventure is two of Australia's best known Riesling makers working together to elevate the status of both Riesling and South Australia’s Eden Valley. The first release was the highly acclaimed 2002 vintage.
The project also offers a forum in which both winemakers can share ideas, debate and discuss. Jeffrey Grosset says the partnership offers an irresistible opportunity to create a truly unique wine. "I'm convinced that we have been able to achieve more in quality terms by working together and sharing our knowledge. The chance to contribute to the reputation of the region and the variety is very exciting and the fact that Robert and I share a passion for Riesling is, for me, what makes this project so special", he said.
The two parties agreed on the name, mesh for all the images the word evoked. "This single word represents so much of the philosophy behind the wine – the weaving together of ideas & the combining of skills and knowledge". Robert Hill Smith
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