Screw cap. Needed a little bit of air to open up. Gooseberry and minerals dominates the nose. Some freshness on the palate. A bit heavy for my taste. Decent length. A slightly oxidative style. Either you like it or not. Great with chevre and a salad with red beet.
Light golden yellow. Some tropical fruits on the nose. Great fruit and minerality on the palate. Somewhat balsamic with taste of honey. Good lenght. Silky, oily structure. A absolutely great wine. Perfect now.
What a pleasant surprise, incredibly mineral, not unlike a les clos or a clos ste hune. I had a concern for premox but the color is light.
It displays a hint of honey hinting a residual sugar. The fruit is mostly citrus as the wine has settled. It is drinking incredibly well especially if you look for minerality and precision as the primary fruit has settled and the petrol yet to appear. If you don’t care for a hint of sugar in your dry white, this is not for you.
Paid $24 at PC. This along with the 05 QTC tells me that these are some of the best QPRs and not affected by premox.
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