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(2012) Big aromatics here, citrus peel, peach skins, with vivid fruit flavour and a racy palate.
(2012) 100% Xynisteri, this has piercing aromatics, almost Sauvignon Blanc-like with oranges and lemons flooding the palate.
(2012) Good Sauvignon character, with elderflower, a touch of lychee and good fruit if a touch dilute in the finish.
(2012) Nice apple nose with a touch of something herbal. Appealing, but relatively simple lemon juicy character, but nicely focused.
(2012) Simple, but lovely fresh aromas and flavours, even a touch of peachy softness amongst the crisp citrus.
(2012) Yellow grapefruit and lemon on the nose, quite pithy and a touch phenolic on the palate, but very good quality.
(2011) Nose shows a lot of malolactic, with toasty and nutty notes, a hint of honey. On the palate this has that clean, citrusy core of Xinisteri fruit, with the a deal of cool minerality. Perhaps a touch hollower on the palate than the nose suggested, but intriguing. Just becoming a little flat with age.
(2011) Powerful malolactic aromas with oatmeal and bread and a toasty nuttiness. The palate has a little more vibrancy and punch to it, and acidity has held up well. Delicious.
(2011) Almost Burgundian cabbagy buttery ripeness and creamy oak quality. The herbal notes and lemon of the Xinisteri. The palate has orange and lemon, and just a nutty, herbal background with oak filling in. A touch fading perhaps, but delicious.
(2011) Lots of buttery, sweet oak influence on the nose again, with white fruit and lemon. The palate has a cool, fresh, nicely balanced mid-palate with a bit of fruit intensity. Quite a long, balanced finish with the creamy oak and fresh fruit and acid in a nice tension.
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