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(2011) 14% abv, Screwcap. Wow! The nose is total exuberance and flower-shop, heady fragrance, with geranium and talcum notes soaring from the glass: Torrontés at its most vivacious. The palate has lovely fruit (occasionally Torrontés in the mouth fails to cash the cheque the nose has written) with a fabulous downy peach ripeness and fresh apple acidity. Fabulous stuff this.
(2008) Big leesy nose, with honeysuckle richness. Broad, plush mouthfeel, with more of the apricot and peach fruit, but very good acidity.
(2008) 50/50 Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay blend, barrel fermented but not aged. Quite nutty and herbal, with almond and some green fig, with a touch of green bean. Palate is quite full, with chardonnay character coming through strongly and a nice, powerful intensity.
(2008) Very elegant nose, with a touch of honey and plenty of ripe, pear and star fruit character. There's a very nice freshness and juiciness, with just enough creamy oak. Plenty of orangy acidity and zest and life about it.
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