2003 Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling

The Ten Most Exciting Names to Watch
Decanter, UK, February 2004

Max Allen states the case for taking wine more seriously, and picks out 10 top-quality producers who show just what’s possible.

For the Sweet Tooth – Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut 2002

Although many people are familiar with Australia’s rich, unctuous botrytis-affected Semillon, not so well known are producers such as Stephanie Toole in the Clare Valley who also make much more refined dessert wines like this super-aromatic, pure, crystalline sweet Riesling.