Very pale straw with green hues. Enticing bakery notes of oven-fresh almond biscotti, lemon creme brulee and lemon curd are apparent, with some white peach and unobtrusive struck match flintiness lingering amongst gently integrated toasty oak.
A tight and restrained palate suggests time will
see this wine evolve. Citrus fruits to the fore, yet
there are complexities that can be coaxed out of
the glass, courting admirable finesse and
elegance. Integrated French oak is creamy and not at all overt, with structural components in balance. The finish is long with lovely mouth watering acidity,
providing texture and drinking satisfaction.