Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling 2019

  • 2020 Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling


    “This is my 28th vintage of Cordon Cut. Just 360 cases were produced this year, and what a challenge, but I am delighted with the outcome. A highly risky and complex process, the making of Cordon Cut is very much about seat of the pants decision making and this is where 28 vintages certainly helps” Stephanie


    Tasting Notes

    Bright light gold.

    Subdued aromatics belie a vibrant, honeyed, more intense version of Cordon Cut. Ripe, juicy citrus fruits, cumquat and mandarin, vanillin spice wrapped in a luscious richness rounded by astute refreshing acidity. Crisp, long on flavour, pleasing to finish. Age eight to ten years.

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Recent reviews

  • The Real Review
    Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling 2019 93 Points By Ralph Kyte-Powell It’s a glittering yellow wine with pungent aromas reminiscent of sweet tropical fruits, flowers and wild honey. The palate is lush and very sweet with good depth, tangy acid balance and tight backbone. The Real Review March 2020
  • WBM Magazine
    Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling 2019 By Tyson Stelzer 96 Points  A magnificent Cordon Cut that basks in the concentration of its dry, low-yeilding season, making for a wine at once more succulent and simultaneously more zesty than ever. Its grand complexity cements a delectably enthralling style that perfectly juxtaposes exuberant sweetness with a grand acid line and exceptional ...
  • “dessert wine that has it all” WBM Magazine
    Mount Horrocks 2018 Cordon Cut Riesling By Tyson Stelzer 96 Points A scintillating Cordon Cut of glittering acidity, pronounced limestone mineral structure and a panoply of exotic complexity. Apricots, spice, even incense, this is dessert wine that has it all. Yet for all of its enticing complexity, what really elevates this vintage to a new plane are its ...
  • The Real Review
    2017 Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling By Huon Hooke 95 Points  Bright light to medium yellow colour. The bouquet is fresh and yeasty, bright and youthful. In the mouth, it’s intense and rich, sweet and deeply-flavoured, with a clean finish thanks to plenty of acid. This was a very late harvest (May 15) and a sweeter wine, intense ...
  • Winefront
    2017 Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling By Campbell Mattinson The famous Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut. Intensely sweet and limey with a marmalade jam character and plenty of sweet, crystalline flavour to the finish. We always sit here, when assessing dessert wines, toying with the word cloying; this wraps its arms around the word, without quite touching it. ...

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