I'm really interested in Aussie riesling. I have now so much of it. My first purchase was the O'Leary Walker 04's (Watervale and Polish Hill), then I think it was Freycinet 04, and Bests Great Western 05, Seppelt 05, Petaluma 05, Knappstein Ackland 05, Richmond Grove 04, gosh, I've really bought up...but there really are so many cracking wines at great prices. More recent ones have included Hocchkirk (sure I've misspelt that), a stack of NZ ones, and lots from W.A., some Steingarten 03, some Delatite 05, Crawford River, Bellarmine (Auslese), Pity there's not more older rieslings kicking around on the secondary market, but I did get to try that Seppelt 1984 freak wine last year, which was a very nice wine. I attended the Frankland Estate International Riesling Challenge, and that was quite an eye opener to see how the European styles can show sweetness and dryness (and impeccable balance) all in the one wine. I'm hooked on Riesling, and glad to have so many affordable ones to choose from.
Smack my [insert grape type here] up !