This wine is bigger and richer than most Pemberton Rieslings I’ve tasted. It shows typical Riesling features of limes and chalky minerals, plus good depth and length. I think this wine will be a gorgeous Riesling in 5 – 7 years’ time. 94++ points.89 pts - Andrew Graham (Australian Wine Review)
It’s in a development hole, but this feels like a solid Pemberton style. Tart kaffir lime intensity – a proper zing, even if there is a sweet and sour edge that isn’t quite congruent. Good bones, though. Best drinking: worth a revisit in 2-3 years on the other side.