This Riesling is grown on limestone and flint rock. The grapes are destemmed and left on skins for seven days, uncovered, and allowed to hyper-oxidise. They are then pressed off and stored in stainless steel on lees for eight months.
Good Intentions make wines that reflect the eccentricities of our personalities, place and terroir with a minimalistic approach. They use old world wine methods, preferring the challenges of hand picking our fruit, open fermenting with indigenous yeast and only adding sulphur when required by the wine. They do not filter or fine the wines and they are all bottled on site.