Jacob's Creek 2012 Dry Riesling, $8.99, 87 points, appeared a light brass/lime green color.
Smells of wet stone and Granny-smith apple were bright and refreshing.
Light bodied with very good acidity, crisp, and just the slightest hint of petrol, good citrus with grapefruit up front, loads of minerals, and a hint of creamy lemon meringue.
Finished fair with the trailing palate and a hint of the 11.4% alcohol.
Well, my faith is restored in Australian Riesling.
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