The Adelaide Hills have put down a marker as the top region in Australia for Grüner Veltliner and wines like this and its twin, the Boundless Horizons, are doing nothing to dispel that notion. The team note that this is made in the Austrian method which produces that are known as Federspiel, or the classic style of GV. The key is early picking, and this is their first picked GV of the vintage. The team also note that this picking is before we see the full array of spice and pepper emerge, but despite that, there is certainly a pleasing touch of pepper found here. A lovely pale lemon straw colour. Dry herbs, spices, that touch of pepper and citrus notes. A slightly funky style, in a delightful way. Mid-length, this is a flavour-to-the-fore style with bright acidity. Drink now and for a couple of years.