(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) 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.
(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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