Planted over red volcanic soils. Lots of wax, cut green apple, cool acidity, edges of salinity and really good energy running through the wine. Watch it unfurl over the next five years, giving a slow release of flavour as it gains in texture and fills-out somewhat in the mid-palate. - Ches Cook, FWC.
Spear Gully. That’s an evocative name for a vineyard! Aniseed, mint, almond, saline, crisp, ripe lemon, light and gently bitter, has flavour in there, albeit of a delicate nature, a sort of calcium carbonate texture, tightness, tang and length. almond skin popping in some additional texture on the finish. Touch and go for 95 points, though think that will come along in a year or two. Drink 2023-2029+. 94+ Points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.