Egon Müller Kanta Riesling 2013

Egon Müller (Adelaide Hills)

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Egon Müller is the maker of this Egon Müller Kanta Riesling 2013 , a white wine from Adelaide Hills vinified with riesling from 2013 and has an alcoholic strength of 13.5%. The Egon Müller Kanta Riesling 2013 is the ideal white to combine with fish and starters. Drinks&Co users reviewed this white wine with 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Egon Müller Kanta Riesling

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2013 Other vintages
Appellation:Adelaide Hills (South Australia,Australia)
Winery: Egon Müller
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Riesling
Pairing: StartersFish
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13.5%
Consumption Temp.: 10-12ºC
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Egon Müller Kanta Riesling 2013 (Riesling)

TASTING NOTES **Egon Muller Riesling Kanta 2013 :

  • View: pale straw yellow.
  • Nose: Elegant lime, floral and apple.
  • Mouth: an exquisite minerality and long, thin, delicate flowers and lime flavors.

APPELLATION: Adelaide Hills.

VINEYARD: Egon Müller

GRAPES: Riesling.

PAIRING: seafood and shellfish.



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Posted on at 04.24

4 /5

Egon Muller Kanta Riesling 2013

- Kanta Riesling by Egon Muller is a unique winemaking partnership between superstar German winemaker Egon Muller and Michael Andrewartha where German tradition and precision meets the premium, cool climate fruit from the Adelaide Hills.
- Colour: pale, straw yellow.
- Nose: elegant lime, floral and apple.
- Palate: exceptional wine with exquisite minerality and long, fine, delicate floral and lime flavours.
- Kanta is the Sanskrit word meaning desired, beloved and beautiful. With this wine Egon Muller brings his own distinctive approach to the Adelaide Hills and appears set to break the mould of Australian Rieslings. Not being a fan of the heavy, rich and full-bodied Clare Valley wines that epitomise Australia's approach to Germany's favourite variety, he has set up shop in a cooler region and produced this lean and elegant take on Aussie Riesling. The result is a refined, floral, bone-dry Riesling with none of the heavy, developed, petrolly notes that wreath so many Australian Rieslings.

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