Langton's Burklin Wolf tasting (26 Waterloo Street, Surry Hills, Sydney): Medium intensity lemon coloured wine. Aromas of wet stone, spice and citrus - perhaps touches of orange blossom as well. On the palate there is medium plus acid, mineral notes, savoury, almost green herbs - parsley, phenolic grip on the palate, quite broad in the mouth. There are some slight citrus notes here as well but the wine is more about structure than rampant fruit and is very young. This is a very good wine but not really my cup of tea in it's current state.
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