A pale-salmon colour, fine bead with good yeasty complexity and flavour. Time on lees has certainly provided a delicate but noticeable touch of savoury autolysis, too, which all adds up to some mighty fine drinking. Aromas of acacia, cherry, dried cranberry with watermelon inflection throughout. The palate has excellent layering of flavour and texture with poached quince, spiced apple, shortbread, stone fruits and tart cranberries. Long and brisk.
94 points. Jeni Port, Halliday Wine Companion
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