Part of the mid tier priced Barossa Signature range from JC, which is “designed to express the unique character of the brand’s signature wine region”
Jacob’s Creek, Barossa Signature, Riesling, Barossa, 2017
According to the IRF scale on the back label, this just scrapes into the dry category. Has a clean nose of steel wool, linen, kaffir lime leaves and lime sorbet. The palate brings sweaty limes and minerally lines. The residual sugar enough to give the wine approachbility without sacrificing the juiciness of the acidity. The flavour doesn’t linger too long but the wine is perfectly serviceable for a mid-week dumpling indulgence.