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Much more floral and open than the Polish Hill. This is the norm but not always. Almost jasmine florals with a lot more juciness in the midpalate that opens up all it's wares for us to enjoy immediately. Some fine orchard fruit fills out the mid-palate before the acid kicks in. Even though there is plenty of acid, it's freshness is very easily enjoyed now. Once again, if you compare with its peers in the Clare, the length is enlightening. Only Crawford River gives both the Grosset rieslings a run for their money. Ian Cook - FWC
Springvale ahoy! Pretty perfume of frangipani, honeysuckle and lime with faint hints of blackcurrants. Juicy and approachable in the palate, slick with citrus oil characters, cool with lacy line of acidity, a touch of salted nuts, all well balanced, exceptional in length and persistence. Feels concentrated and quietly powerful. Smart release. Drink 2021 - 2045. 94 Points. Mike Bennie, The Wine Front.