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Article: How sweet it is - Halliday Wine Companion

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https://www.winecompanion.com.au/resources/magazineNice to be include in an article on Rieslings in Australia, Issue #60, Oct/Nov, Halliday Wine Companion...    

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Award: 2021 Winewise Small Vigneron Awards

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Gold for the 2020 Quiet Mutiny Charlotte's Elusion Riesling (and only one spot off the Trophy!) Details here

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Review: Quiet Mutiny 2020 Riesling by Regan Drew

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Fragrant and floral. Generous, even. Heady blossom, lemon citrus, stone fruit slices and earthy parsnip yet retaining freshness. Fleshy and supple fruit balances juicy, thrusting acidity through a medium-long finish. A welcome touch of phenolic grip adds extra depth and body.

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Review: Deep Dive: Australia’s Best Syrah by YGOW

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younggunofwine.com/australias-best-syrah/ Shiraz is inarguably this country’s key red variety, occupying about 30 per cent of vineyard land and an even larger portion of Australian wine’s prestige. That sense of identity is largely shaped by the commanding resource of old vines, primarily in South Australia’s key areas of McLaren Vale and Barossa, with a style built on fruit depth and concentration. That style was turbo charged in the 1990s, with wine mega-critic Robert Parker shaping styles just as much as he assessed them. The wines got almost impossibly big, soused with alcohol and buttressed with menacing amounts of charry oak. The...

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Halliday 2022: Quiet Mutiny ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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www.winecompanion.com.au/wineries/tasmania/tasmania/quiet-mutiny OUR REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Owner and winemaker Greer Carland grew up on the Laurel Bank family property, learning to prune vines at an early age. She completed her oenology degree at the University of Adelaide in 2000 and, after a few years of international vintages in Chile, France and the US and a short stint in WA, she returned to Tasmania in ’04. For the next 12 years she worked with Julian Alcorso at Winemaking Tasmania, also making the Laurel Bank wines. In ’16 she left to focus on making the family wines at Laurel Bank and to start her own...

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