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  • Established in 1928, De Bortoli Wines represents 90 years of successful winemaking legacy of the De Bortoli family. It was founded by Giuseppina and Vittorio De Bortoli, who moved from Italy to New South Wales for a better life. Over the years, the brand has earned a reputation for fine wines. Its Deen Vat Series range is a tribute to Vittorio’s son, Deen, who with the support of his wife, Emri, carried forward the family business to new heights using innovation and new technological skills. Gewurztraminer 80%, Riesling 20% The Bilbul winery in Riverina produces not only Willowglen Gewurztraminer Riesling, but also a number of De Bortoli's top end flag-bearers, not least the remarkable Noble One Botrytis Semillon. A Mediterranean climate, bringing warm summers and welcome rain in winter, is a fine match for the region's various loam soils. Sustainability is high on the winery's agenda, a firm hand being taken to water recycling, vineyard mulching and the control of greenhouse gas emissions, among other initiatives. The parcels of each varietal were chosen with particular characteristics in mind: spicy musk and rose petal flavours for the Gewurztraminer, floral and citrus for the Riesling. The parcels are fermented separately, using particular yeasts with each of them to emphasise their individual traits, with blending, clarification stabilisation and filtration following afterwards. Musk and spice meet on the nose, backed by a hint of citrus, while rosewater and Turkish Delight follow on the generous palate, accompanied by a crisp citrus lift from the Riesling. Good to go with Vietnamese vegetable rolls, tempura, ramen noodles dusted with light sweet spices, Kung Pao chicken or just by itself Vegan
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    Rieslingfreak was born from a long-running love for the Riesling variety. Established by John Hughes in 2009, Rieslingfreak started as a passion-project and has grown to a portfolio of 11 different Riesling styles. Since the beginning, their mission has been to produce quality Rieslings that best represent both style and region. They craft Rieslings that showcase the strength of various South Australian wine regions, including Clare Valley, Eden Valley and Polish Hill River. With a collection that has been created with each of the Rieslingfreak wines being assigned a number, and the number represents both the region where the grape is grown, and the style of the Riesling in the bottle. Rieslingfreak was born from a long-running love for the Riesling variety. Established by John Hughes in 2009, Rieslingfreak started as a passion-project and has grown to a portfolio of 11 different Riesling styles. This is his Eden Valley Riesling. The fruit is sourced from two vineyards between Eden Valley and Flaxman’s Valley. It's made in a dry style, looking to capture the sublime characters of these brilliant vineyards. The quality is clear, the expression is pure. The vintage is the best he's seen. This is Eden Valley Riesling in top form. Pale straw in colour, and has aromas of vibrant lemon and limes, sweet spice and almond blossom. The palate is full of lemons, grapefruit and apples. Perfect to serve alongside a lemony-pasta with prawns, a pot of steamed mussels or try matching with a beautiful snapper fillet, lightly picked veggies, goats cheese, pork belly or oysters!  
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