Moores Hill

Riesling

8.75 ratings
-no pro ratings
Tamar Valley, Tasmania, Australia
Riesling
Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Fish, Fruit Desserts, Meaty & Oily Fish, Duck, Goat & Feta Cheese, Blue Cheese
Top Notes For
Casey @ Travelling Corkscrew

We bought this Riesling and it literally must have been only an hour or maybe 2 before it got cracked… oops! We enjoyed it with a home cooked meal at our AirBnb in Gravelly Beach in the Tamar Valley. Dinner consisted of salad, potatoes (this may sound weird, but the potatoes at the local IGA were some of the yummiest I’ve had, so pillowy and scrumptious) and pork mignon from the local butcher.

It went well with this crisp dry Riesling which I wrote these few notes for while savouring all that deliciousness:

On the eye it’s a really light lemon-lime shade. The nose is full of royal gala apples, zesty lime and interestingly a couple of us were picking up cucumber. While in the mouth we unanimously called it ‘acidic fruit juice’ – so plenty of refreshing citrus with a lick of fruity sweetness. Yum!

$30 a bottle and worth every penny.

All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!

We bought this Riesling and it literally must have been only an hour or maybe 2 before it got cracked… oops! We enjoyed it with a home cooked meal at our AirBnb in Gravelly Beach in the Tamar Valley. Dinner consisted of salad, potatoes (this may sound weird, but the potatoes at the local IGA were some of the yummiest I’ve had, so pillowy and scrumptious) and pork mignon from the local butcher.

It went well with this crisp dry Riesling which I wrote these few notes for while savouring all that deliciousness:

On the eye it’s a really light lemon-lime shade. The nose is full of royal gala apples, zesty lime and interestingly a couple of us were picking up cucumber. While in the mouth we unanimously called it ‘acidic fruit juice’ – so plenty of refreshing citrus with a lick of fruity sweetness. Yum!

$30 a bottle and worth every penny.

All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!

May 13th, 2019
Benjamin Hickey

Lots o acid and lime

Lots o acid and lime

Aug 21st, 2016
Heath Bradby

One of the lighter tassie Rieslings. Very good bang for buck

One of the lighter tassie Rieslings. Very good bang for buck

Dec 13th, 2014
Drew Douglas

Beautiful winery, decent wine.

Beautiful winery, decent wine.

Feb 15th, 2014
Steven Giglio

Steven had this 7 years ago

Steven had this 7 years ago

Nov 25th, 2014
Sally Neate

Sally had this 8 years ago

Sally had this 8 years ago

Jul 6th, 2014