Straw-yellow and despite its low-ash alcohol, ripped with flavour. There’s no need to wait on this; it’s pretty much in its drinking prime now. It tastes of white peach and cashew, oak spice and almonds. It’s both textural and energetic, the finish full of running. There’s a slightly oxidative note here but it works well in the context of the wine. It’s quite beautiful drinking, it must be said.
Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front - 92 Points