Beautiful shiny golden hue, weighty, rich and soft palate. A bit to alcoholic at this time, seems a bit clunky, not much acid. Not gonna give it much thought right now. See where it goes after a few hours
Sadly ,ynlast bottle, probablyy not the most exciting vintage for the vineyard, but the fruit here while bruised still comes across quite fresh nice acidity on the palate even if the fruit turns a touch sour on the finish
There's a little development coming into the scene now with this bottle, in the form of intensified wet wool, graham cracker, toast, and a bit of a dried nature to the otherwise still-fresh fruit. Fruits are reminiscent of lemon, green apple, peach, ripe pear, starfruit, and hints of pineapple, somewhat underripe. A wet stone minerality runs throughout. Ripping acidity provides a nice tension, and if any sweetness was ever apparent, it no longer is at this point. This is a lovely bottle, and I like where it is right now, because I like all of the freshness that remains in what really is a young wine which has probably only recently become as open as it is now. very good+. delightful.
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