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(2019) Limestone and clay soils provide plenty of super ripe and sweet fruit, a little touch of flintiness too, but stays fruity and bright to the finish. Very nicely done.
(2019) From a single vineyard on limestone, this spends 100 days on the Lees. A golden, glowing apricotty nose, and terrific creaminess though it is unoaked, the palate so bold and fruit-driven, with lots of mineral salts.
(2019) Wild yeast, but a very bright nose, clean, citrus and bright stone fruit, old oak not masking the freshness and focus of the fruit. One vineyard picked early to retain the lemony freshness and a little of the wilder, drier, almost Chablis-like modern style. This label of the de Wet family appears not to have UK retail availability at time of review.
(2019) Plenty of fat, rich, sunshine fruit and full creamy and buttery vanillin oak. Loads of big Chardonnay sweetness, and delicious if you like that style.
(2019) Yes, 2008 is correct, from this Sauvignon-focused operation that wants to prove the variety's ageability. Three months on the lees. Toasty, lemony, very much like an old Semillon with fabulous flavour and fruit. Great lengrh and natural sweetness. No UK stockist for this vintage at time of review.
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