Utterly compelling, complex and downright delicious. A bouquet of white flowers, melon, cashew, citrus, minerals, wood spice and peach. Medium bodied and sleek, there is so much detail and flavour. Incredible tension, there is a tug-o-war of flavours and textures, at once stony, then creamy. Supple and fine with a lance of acidity that frames the palate. Unbelievable. Waters Wine Co.
Very flinty and minerally on the nose with some aniseed and sliced green-apple aromas that follow through to a medium-to full-bodied palate with a creamy texture and pretty apple, citrus and nougat flavors. Creamy and long. Subtle and fine. From the owner of Chacra and Burgundy’s Jean-Marc Roulot. Very drinkable now, but will improve. 94 points – James Suckling.com