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2021 Quiet Mutiny Charlotte's Elusion Riesling
After more than a decade working as a contract winemaker and producing wine for her family's vineyard North of Hobart, Greer Carland established her own label, Quiet Mutiny, a few years ago to make small batches of often less-mainstream wines.
This reisling, produced from grapes grown in her family vineyard, incorporates some texture-and-complexity-building techniques such as a short amount of skin contact and some wild yeast fermentation to great effect: there's a lovely bright purity of riesling fruit flavour, and trademark mouthwatering acidity, but good richness and depth, too.