Much more elegant than I expected. Super herbal. Quiet wood but its there for sure. — a month ago
Nose has green apple peel, white peach, under-ripe tangerine juice and wet, decaying granite.
Palate is quite citrus-y, peach notes coming in strong mid-finish, light lingering sweetness and wet mineral dust on the tail end.
Decent wine, not the typical Müllen style, more like a Riesling trying to be a Burgundy, and doing a fairly positive effort in getting there. Future bottles 2022+ minimum.
Continuing to evolve with extended air, getting quite nice! — a month ago
Intensely mineral and a little angular on the first night, I vacuum sealed it and now, two days later, it’s much softer and rounder. Still outrageously mineral on the nose, it’s got a bit of bitter apple fruit underneath. So intense but balanced in the mouth. Stones, green apples, soft but zesty. This will improve over the next coupla years. Great value. — 2 months ago
Savory, salty even, and strikingly full of flavor, much more stone and slate than fruit; high acid with a lemon tinge, there’s also a grassy, fall leaves crunchiness to this wine; high acid; med to long finish. Only attribute o am not fully behind here is the bitter quality to the finish is a touch too raw. Day 2: acid somewhat muted and fruit showing through a bit more. So delicious. Increased rating. — a year ago
Petrol, ripe apple, herbaceous, slowly evolving acid profile — 2 months ago
Tasty, crisp & easy drinking. J proclaimed it his “perfect white.” — a month ago