Wine Spectator 91 points - A ripe, juicy style with lots of pear, quince and peach flavors rolling along, lined with a light hazelnut edge on the finish. On the showy side but has ample zip. Drink now through 2016. 200 cases imported. -JM
(Jun 15 2015)
Vinous 91 points - (fermented in barrel, then aged for ten months in oak): Good bright yellow. Very pure, vibrant aromas and flavors of subtle stone fruits, brown spices and hazelnut oil. Densely packed and broad but also boasts lovely finesse of texture. A touch of sweetness (3.8 g/l) is nicely leavened by firm (6.8 grams) acidity and underlying minerality. Finishes lightly phenolic and seriously long. Classy juice--and still a baby. The 2013 bottling was the Platter Guide’s white wine of the year in the 2015 edition.
91+ Points (Jun 2015)