Ripe pear, baked apple and lemon sorbet characters spring to mind when first approaching the glass. It is also flecked with mineral notes of crushed stone. It is hard to know if this is due to the concrete egg tank maturation or if it is a site derived character. Either way it lends an Old World complexity and a suggestion that the wine is imbued with a sense of place. The palate is seamless and framed by racy acidity that allows the fruit flavours to crystalise into sharp focus.
This is great with your favourite cheese, or is a killer combo with mild shellfish such as scallops or clams. But most often we enjoy this on it’s own, well chilled on a warm evening.