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Frogmore Creek Tasmania FRG Riesling

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Frogmore Creek Tasmania FRG Riesling

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Rob Geddes MW (2010 Vintage) says
FGR refers to Forty Grams Residual sugar and a style low in alcohol with sweet fruit and refreshing acid that is delicate in youth with mouth-tingling long acidity tempering the richness of fruit and sweetness that with six-plus age develops pungent complexity of aged riesling.
Rob Geddes MW
90
Rob Geddes MW (2009 Vintage) says
FGR refers to Forty Grams Residual sugar and a style low in alcohol with sweet fruit and refreshing acid that is delicate in youth with mouth-tingling long acidity tempering the richness of fruit and sweetness that with six-plus age develops pungent complexity of aged riesling.
Rob Geddes MW
87
Rob Geddes MW (2008 Vintage) says
FGR refers to Forty Grams Residual sugar and a style low in alcohol with sweet fruit and refreshing acid that is delicate in youth with mouth-tingling long acidity tempering the richness of fruit and sweetness that with six-plus age develops pungent complexity of aged riesling.
Rob Geddes MW
89
Rob Geddes MW (2003 Vintage) says
FGR refers to Forty Grams Residual sugar and a style low in alcohol with sweet fruit and refreshing acid that is delicate in youth with mouth-tingling long acidity tempering the richness of fruit and sweetness that with six-plus age develops pungent complexity of aged riesling.
Rob Geddes MW
86

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