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(2015) >From ancient vines and the volcanic soils of Santorini in Greece, this lemon-coloured wine has stony and lightly spicy aromatics, that hint of skin-contact richness and tannin, the palate beautifully sweet-fruited, with elegance and pure minerality into quite a long finish. The 2013 is now in stock in Tanners amongst others too, but this 2012 scores
(2003) There's an almondy edge to pear and white peach fruit. Lots of crunch on the palate, with a lemon-sherbet vivacity and some pear. Clean and focused, this has lovely purity and length.
(2003) Oak-aged version, with only subtle nutty and vanillin notes, and a slightly honeyed quality. Oak has a background effect of broadening the palate, but I do not necessarily prefer this to the unoaked wine.
(2001) Lighter nose, peach, apricot and straw-like aromatics. The palate has pear and juicy peach-skin and tart greengage fruit. Quite powerful and full-bodied, finishing with stylish acidity and good length.
(1999) Very pale, almost transparent. Muted nose. Can't get much from this. More floral amd lime flavours on the palate, but loads of lemon acidity too.
(1998) Almost transparent, pale straw colour. Rather delicate lime and spun-sugar nose. Bone dry with subdued tropical fruit flavours and a keen edge of tart apples. There is chewy grapefruit acidity in the finish. A good food wine with a bit of real character.
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