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Thursday, 6 March 2014

Brash Higgins SM/R Semillon Riesling 2013

There are some wines that just strike a chord, that transport you somewhere else, invoke memories of happy times. As much as I try to look at each wine with fresh eyes, proclivities and experiences all add up to provide frames of reference with which one judges.

Smells chalky with a touch of root vegetable, forming to remind me of Spring days, of emerging from the cold of Winter to warmer days. Let it warm a little to reveal snow pea and fresh herbs (specifically a little continental parsley). 

Briny, sea spray - summer's on the coast - textural, with an inherent drinkability; citrus and a little lychee reveal themselves too. Generous length, has me thinking - yet yearning to drink. A good wine. 90 

Tasted on: Sunday 2nd February, a Flower Day 
Source: Retail, Cru Bar
Price: $37
Alcohol: 12.3%
Closure: Screwcap
Website: http://www.brashhiggins.com

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