Tin Lids Viogner 2018


Lifted bouquet of nectarines and stone fruits with an underlay of toasty spice. The full flavoured palate shows great acidity and balance with a velvety oiliness and minerality. Flavours of white peaches, nectarines and apricots, full bodied, well balanced, complex wine. A superb expression of the Barossa Ranges “terroir”.

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Wine Writer  Publication Score
Stuart McCloskey Vinorium Magazine 96++ Points
"Old vine Viognier (planted circa 1960), lovingly tended by hand… Greg and Allison deliver hallmark aromas of white flowers, honeysuckle, sun drenched apricots and a whispering of orangey spice. The palate is surprisingly elegant, beautifully balanced and a textural delight – silky smooth to be more exact. The flavour profile is expansive, but this wine will offer everything with a little more bottle age. I enjoy the focus, the minerality, the freshness and the citrus oil which coats every facet. In fact, there isn’t anything I do not enjoy. The finish is incredible – bittersweet orange marmalade after a minute or so which is a fabulous way to part. Great now and will continue to improve for at least five years. Served (not too chilled) and using Zalto Bordeaux glassware. Decant for 20-30 minutes for the best result"