91+ Points, Burghound


A completely different nose of green apple, wet stone and white flowers leads to rich, round and impressively concentrated flavors that possess an overt muscularity and fine punch. The finish however displays notes of lactic acidity that, while not really bothersome, do concern me with respect to longer-term aging. To be sure, this is delicious and satisfying but I cannot say whether it will successfully reward more than a few years of cellaring. If you're concerned by this I would suggest drinking it young.- Allen Meadows, Burghound, 91+ Points


An unusual Chardonnay coming mainly from Pinot Noir soils, so quite full, evoking yellow fruits (peach, apricot) and a touch of honey. No new oak, nor lees-stirring, so very elegant and fresh on the finish.