94 POINTS | Cameron Douglas MS
Aromas of red apple, white flowers and lime combine with a rapier-like acidity and a steely, mineral finish. Drinkign beautifully now but hugely cellar worthy.
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Cameron Douglas MS writes "The youthful complexity and minerality of this wine shows best at around 12 degrees celsius and on day 2. Aromas and flavours of white flowers and fresh red apple flesh, lemon and layers of limeflowers and white spice. Acidity is high and accentuates the steely mineral conteant and delivers the citrus and whte fleshed fruit flavours evenly across the palate. Youthful, taut, fresh and delicious with a light weight salin quality. Best drinking from 2026 through 2040."