If winemaker Pete Bartle ever makes a riesling that isn’t exceptionally balanced and beautiful then I want to know about it. Sourced from a single hectare of vines grown in the Bald Hills Bannockburn site that are planted in such a way as to soak up the very last rays of the late afternoon sun. Cool, crisp nights then trap that crunchy acidity and intensify the flavours of mandarin, lime, creamed clover honey and ambrosia apples. I also love the gum-tingling textures on the finish and the lightly styled sweetness which really satisfies.