At low $30’s this was top value but at low $40’s its about right. Broad across the palate; same oaky, mealy, lees as the single vineyard bottlings but the tightness and austerity is replaced with more immediately approachable sweet melon fruit. Good lick of acid gives the balance needed. Very solid. — 8 days ago
Nice blend of aromas. Green apple, pear, white flowers and a touch of citrus. Same fruits on the pallet along with hints of almonds and yellow apple. Hint of salinity on the finish. Not buttery at all. Exceptional balance and complexity. Crisp and medium bodied. Thank You John P. — 13 days ago
Serious wine. Easily Burgundy 1er cru level in terms of size, structure, and complexity. Oak influence is strong on both the nose and palate, but it is perfectly balanced with the fruit, and the steely struck match smokiness. Citrus, stone fruit, mineral, mixed with caramel and brioche notes. Very long and built to last. Impressive and worth every penny of A$66. — 15 days ago
Excellent Syrah that has aged very well into a balanced wine with well integrated, soft tannins, dark, dry fruit with hints of mulberry, blue and blackberry. Nice spice and evolving layers of flavor on the finish. Decant for at least one hour to receive the full symphony. — 2 days ago
Very pleased with this wine! Stone fruit, papaya, florals, almonds, minerals and mild honey and vanilla. 45 min decant. Butter was present on the nose but surprisingly not on palate!
To me this shows more Burgundy in style 👍..appreciate the 13% alc.
Apparently this is #25 of Wine Enthusiast top 100 of 2021. It also received a rating of 94 from ? Every time I pick up the glass it changes! — 10 days ago