94/100 Cellar Talk – The Real Review
Bob Campbell – Master of Wine
First impression is of a rich, creamy wine, then fresh acidity and peppery tannins kick in to reveal a more vibrant, high-energy wine with concentration and underlying power. Stylish chardonnay with cellaring potential. (Screwcap)
Cameron Douglas – Master Sommelier
Youthful, taut, mineral and ripe with a citrus focussed bouquet. Aromas and flavours of grapefruit and sandstone, white peach and apple flesh. There’s power and lots of energy both on the nose and palate, a wine with a taut youthful structure, some great core fruit flavours, chalky mouthfeel and lengthy finish. This wine is made in a sandstone jar. The combination of lees aromas and textures can suggest an oak presence where there is none. The qualities this wine displays are of complexity and purity with a textured mouthfeel and lengthy finish. Best drinking from late 2023 through 2029+.