Tasting Note: This vintage is showing some complexity, with some pretty floral notes on the nose, alongside the distinctive intense citrus aromas and subtle hints of wet stone. The wine is bright and floral, with such refreshing lime and lemon on the palate. subtle secondary notes, akin to the pastry case of a lemon tart, derived from the lees contact, help to complex and balance the mid palate. The wine perceives crisp and dry, with a beautiful line of grapefruit like acidity to it’s finish.
Colour: Straw with a light green hue
Region: Watervale, Clare Valley, South Australia
Food Pairing: If not consumed just simple with a couple dozen natural oysters, then this would be a perfect fit to blue swimmer crab pasta.
94/100 POINTS – James Halliday, Wine Companion