This looks great. Lots of pent-up energy in this wine but the flavour and primary fruit weight to match. It's a ball of vigour and vitality, showing mandarin and orange zest, sherbert, gingerbread, yuzu and kumquat. It's long and driving with plenty of acidity and really flaunts its power which is well-directed rather than flabby. - Ches Cook, FWC.
Tamar Valley & Derwent Valley grapes. Older oak. No North, South, or East in 2021. So I guess this is North & South. This is kind of how Chablis should be, given a whole lot of it these days is too ripe and gluggy. Saline, white peach, honeyed almond and green apple, a little unmami something, maybe some preserved lemon. Tight, brisk, but has flavour, a lot of flint through a glossy texture, wheatgerm and brine, sour apple tang, intense and long. Lip-smacking and energetic, yet already complex. Wonderful wine. 96 points Gary Walsh – The Wine Front May 2022