He works with a few vineyards, but the Polish Hill site is the prime piece of vineyard real estate. The Polish Hill vineyard is just north of Mount Horrocks with a shale/clay over slate soil structure. The first release of this wine was in 1980, and it's been organically farmed since 1998.
A while back I got to have a sip of this interesting piece of Australian history!
Grosset 'Polish Hill' riesling 1998 (Clare Valley, Australia)
the most striking feature of this was its concentrated density. there were aromas and flavors of apricots and honey-- the usual suspects in an old riesling, but the mineral density on the palate was really incredible!
Jeffrey is a major supporter of the Stelvin closure and today his production is 100% screw-cap. But if you can get your hands on some older bottles, you may find a renegade cork!
And, last but not least, for all you computer geeks out there-- how cool are the Grosset fonts?!?