Light gold. Great nose of ripe apple, pear with minimal brioche. Lovely on the palate with great length, depth and balance. Long, slightly sweet fruit finish. This is really good now, but will probably get even better with age.
A lovely wine to toast the brand new CellarTracker site.
Lacy, light and airy. It was a bit flat and even felt a little ox'ed when first opened, but with some air and cooled down a bit it was positively electric. Stone and lemon curd on the mid-palate. Pith and grapefruit on a bittersweet finish. Yum!
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