This wine is straw coloured with a noticeable green cast and possesses aromas of lemon flowers, apples, cherimoya and toasted nuts with a touch of spice. The palate is dry, with an obvious lushness which over-rides quite a firm structure that leads into flavours of white peach and peach kernel, pineapple nuances and citrus with a cleansing mineral finish. Although this is a wine which is readily drinkable now, it will only reveal its full potential with cellaring. My preference is to drink it from 4–7 years depending on how it develops, although recent vertical tastings of Dry River Pinot gris suggest it is likely to continue beyond this.
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