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(2019) Sourced from the Elgin Valley, this wine is aged in old oak barrels for seven months. Lovely Viognier perfume here, peach, apricot and gently smoky. Full palate, lowish acidity, excellent spice, a lovely clarity here on the white peach spectrum. Not in the UK at time of review.
(2017) A strict selection of Elgin’s best quality vineyards. From fertile chalky soils. A nice medium style, aromatic with some exotic fruit, a little squeeze of lemon and a lovely crisp palate, lots of juicy, quite exotic lychee and mango, but the dry pear fruit and touches of chalky mineral acidity add another dimension. Also bottled extensively in 50cl.
(2015) Quite exotic ginger and spices, a bold fruit but not too obvious; has some subtlety. Long, not quite as fully layered as some but I do love the freshness. Not in UK at time of writing.
(2015) Lovely creamy and oatmeal nose. Plenty of ripeness and oatmeal and a really fresh orangey fruit.
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