Local botrytis rieslings seem often to be non-cloying, true to the riesling grape and sold at a fair price. In other words, “good”. Tim Adams’ 2006 botrytis riesling is no exception. At 85g/litre residual sugar, their 2006 vintage had an aroma and taste of lemon and lime skins – not the pithy bits, but the rind itself. It was perhaps somewhat challengingly sour for this reason upon tasting it initially, but it opened out to reveal a well made and enjoyable wine. 85 points.
Price: $25 (current vintage, 375ml)