Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 12pk 2017

Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 12pk 2017

Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 12pk 2017
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Winery Details

    Tim Gramp is a fifth generation direct descendant of the wine family that made the Barossa Valley-based company, Orlando, famous. Wine is flowing through Tim’s veins, and his heritage and focussed commitment have nurtured and reinforced his winemaking philosophy: to produce exceptional wine from small parcels of fruit selected from single-site vineyards in the famous wine sub-region of Watervale, Clare Valley.

Press Review

    Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 2017

    All the hallmarks of Watervale are highlighted from white blossom, spice, bath salts to its slatey, cool palate. Plenty of lemon and lime juice freshness driven by its bright acidity seal the deal.

    Rating: 93 Points

    Source: Jane Faulkner, James Halliday Wine Companion 2019


    Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 2017

    Single vineyard riesling from the famed Watervale sub-region of the Clare Valley. 1360 dozen made.
    Bang on. Intensity here is very good. Lemon sorbet and lime juice flavours burst onto the palate and hold their form through a lengthy finish. Excellent drinking and value. Pure as a bright blue sky.

    Rating: 92 Points

    Source: Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front


    Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 2017

    From what many are saying has been a terrific riesling vintage, this Watervale subregion is totally on song, the full platter of cut citrus fruits, white lemon tree flower fragrance, and other dainty wafts of violet and lavender as well. That first mouthful contains a racy acidity that's totally coherent with all the other minerally, pithy and chalky elements, finishing with a softer acidity that is most attractive. It could be a vintage definer, that elegance. Bang on.

    Source: Tony Love (The Advertiser, December 2017)


    Tim Gramp Watervale Riesling 2017

    Youthful, palish and yeasty; a restrained, new wine aroma. The palate is delicate and tight, restrained and unevolved, with very understated flavour. It needs time and has good potential.

    Rating: 90 Points

    Source: Huon Hooke