New Zealand → Marlborough
esbrown reviewed Allan Scott Riesling Marlborough 2006 on August 31, 2007
A really nice mix of styles, with elements of both old world and new. One the nose floral, peach and lime zest overtones also come with a hint of gravel. The palate holds some of the same, but with more of the minerality and fresh lime. More fruit than your average Aussie version, but more acidity than what is usually found in the Mosel or Rheingau. Very good. I continue to be impressed by aromatic grape varieties grown in the cool climate of New Zealand.