We recently had the wonderful Raymond Chan review a selection of your wines. Raymond has some great points to make about each of our wine’s scoring each individually. Raymond is a highly respected wine advisor in the New Zealand wine scene with over two decades of wine judging, retailing and writing experience.
Here is what he had to day about our Last Light Riesling 2010
Bald Hills ‘Last Light’ Central Otago Riesling 2010 ****
Bright straw-yellow colour with slight lemon-green hues. The nose is very fine and tight in expression with intense aromas of lifted citrus fruits integrated with toasty notes and a steely, fresh, minerally element. Dryish to taste, an amalgam of limes and toast forms a tight and concentrated core with a degree of richness and lusciousness. The palate has harmony and flows smoothly, with lacy acidity providing a slippery mouthfeel. The flavours open out and become softer and lighter on the finish. This is a tight and concentrated off-dry, slippery Riesling beginning to show some harmonious toasty development characters. Serve as an aperitif and with seafood and poultry over the next 4-5 years. Fruit from 1 ha on an eastern slopes of the vineyard that receives the last sun of the day. Cool-fermented in stainless-steel yo 13.0% alc. and 10 g/L rs. Winemaker: Christopher Keys.