The R9 level of sweetness is the most popular in the Pressing Matters range, providing a “whole mouth” sensation on tasting. Compared with their super-dry
R0, the R9 with 9 grams of sugar fires up the taste-buds.
“Quince confit, ginger, orange blossom and a hint of chutney make for a complex introduction. The palate is kinetic, yet not quite electric; etched by grape skin phenolics and the variety’s genetic fiery acidity.” 92 points – Silver, James Halliday
BRONZE - 2019 Tasmanian Wine Show
Grape: Riesling, Alcohol: 12.2%, Residual Sugars: 9 g/L
Pressing Matters, Coal River Valley, Tasmania