Pressing Matters R69 Riesling
$3099each
$371DOZEN
WineryPressing Matters
Fruit Riesling
Regions Coal River
  Tasmania
Each $30.99
$371.00
Available by the dozen
A mix of Riesling clones, D2V3 and 198GM, F8V13 and 239GM are planted on their own rootstock at a density of 5000 vines per hectare. Pressing Matters are also significantly lower in alcohol than most Australian Rieslings, the intense fruit flavours are balanced by an amazing natural acidity.
TASTING NOTES
Light straw colour. Bouquets of honeysuckle, a touch of orange citrus fruits, florals and lime. A succulent palate in perfect balance, expressing candied citrus, apples and white peach balanced by mineral and vibrant acidity. The Riesling of choice to accompany crayfish or freshly cooked marron.
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Pressing Matters Pinot Noir
WineryPressing Matters
Fruit Pinot Noir
Regions Coal River
  Tasmania
  Each $50.99
  $611.00
Available in cartons of six
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Pressing Matters R0 Riesling
WineryPressing Matters
Fruit Riesling
Regions Coal River
  Tasmania
  Each $30.99
  $369.00
Available by the dozen
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Pressing Matters R139 Riesling 375ml
WineryPressing Matters
Fruit Riesling
Regions Coal River
  Tasmania
  Each $27.99
  $335.00
Available in cartons of six
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Pressing Matters R69 Riesling
WineryPressing Matters
Fruit Riesling
Regions Coal River
  Tasmania
  Each $30.99
  $371.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Pressing Matters R9 Riesling
WineryPressing Matters
Fruit Riesling
Regions Coal River
  Tasmania
  Each $30.99
  $369.00
Available by the dozen
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About Pressing Matters Winery
Great friends and fellow wine loving barristers, Greg Melick and Francis Douglas, had been interested in acquiring a vineyard for many years
In 2002 Greg finally found the ideal site which consisted of approximately 14 hectares of grazing land on well-drained north east facing slopes, with cracking clay over a calciferous base. The site was also frost free. Robert Drew was contracted to establish the original vineyard for planting - which has now been planted with 2.9 hectares of Riesling and 3.8 hectares of Pinot Noir. In 2006 the demands of the expanding vineyard, and Robert Drew’s own very successful vineyard, necessitated the appointment of full-time viticulturist Paul Smart. Pressing Matters»