ACO Certified Organic & Biodynamic
Grosset never ceases to amaze – vintage after vintage he is the best of the best. Grosset’s wines are pure and driven. Tremendous care and attention is devoted to the vineyard and this is where the wines are made. From the slate infused Polish Hill to the red clay over limestone of the Watervale, they are superb and refreshing in their youth, and since the 2000 vintage, absolutely stunning with bottle age (2000 was the first vintage under screwcap). I have consumed lots of aged bottles in the past year – my favourites come from 2002 (last bottle), 2005 & 2010. The 2021 is a gem. Lime, super tight and dry with slatey minerality and it goes on and on with a really tangy bite to it. It fills out with a couple of years in bottle. I strongly recommend the 2021 vintage to you.
Ian Cook FWC
Polish Hill. The standard bearer?
Hyper floral scents, whiffs of fresh laundry, preserved lemon, brambles, green apple. Crackles with acidity and crisp citrus and green apple characters, tightly wound yet yields with some juicy freshness, a lick of powdery texture dragging things very long to a powdery, limey, breathtaking finish. power, grace, blistering acidity. A scintillating release. Drink 2021 - 2050. 95 Points. Mike Bennie, The Wine Front.