Highlighted by lime, apple and blackcurrant aromas on the palate, which has clear hints of flint and smoke; with mouthwatering citrusy acidity. Very pure, pretty good length.
A pure nose that is mostly fruit and mineral: a bit of green apple and lemon, gooseberry with wet stone and a sense of roundedness (creamy lees). Dry and restrained as it goes in, too – a sense of firmness to the fruit, with good intensity of flavour and it has nice contours without being sharp at all (again, perhaps some lees-induced softening). Lime, apple and blackcurrant on the palate, which has clear hints of flint and smoke; with mouthwatering citrusy acidity. Very pure, pretty good length.
''Altogether classic. White nectarine and gooseberry, brine and blackcurrant, a little rub of nettle. It’s fleshy and flavoursome, but not overt, discreet, gently creamy and chalky, a bit of the old ‘mineral’ and crushed rock, passionfruit and grapefruit on a composed and pretty long finish. Delightful.'' 93 Points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front (*Previous Vintage Review*)