WIRRA WIRRA The Lost Watch Riesling, Adelaide Hills
Wirra Wirra is an aboriginal name meaning "amongst the gum trees". The McLaren Vale winery was established by Robert Strangways Wigley, a former state cricketer and well known eccentric. Following his death in 1924 the vineyards were sold by his family and the cellars fell into disuse. It remained that way until 1969 when the site was bought by cousins Greg and Roger Trott whom transformed it into the iconic McLaren Vale winery that it is today. "Trott" did this all in his own inimitable style - always passionate, always iconoclastic, always fun and always unique.
|Province Area||Adelaide Hills|
|Bottle size||750 ml|
|Appearance||Delicate pale straw with gold and green hints|
|Aroma||The nose leads with lemon and lime, adding notes of mandarin and orange blossom along the way|
|Palate||The palate is generous with fruit and pithy citrus, the wine maintains precise focus the whole length of the palate, right through to the long, mineral finish|