The Trius Dry Riesling was first on the list of bottles to be opened, it showed a wealth of fruit with apples and limes taking centre stage, there was just a hint of petrol on the nose and palate, just the right amount for the age of the wine. There was also good clean acidity and a medium length finish - this wine was still holding well and probably will for a few more years.
The Jackson-Triggs single vineyard Delaine was also very nice and showed classic signs of a Riesling of this age. The smell was quite different from the Trius, the nose had apricots, lime and wildflower honey notes, while the palate showed apples, apricots and lime. Good acidity helped this one through to its medium length finish with just the merest hint of petrol on the final swallow.