Almost floral on the nose, big and blowsy, ripe pear, custard apple, soft and creamy. Perhaps oak has played a part in shaping this (although its subtle - fermentation took place partly in used large oak barrels and partly in steel tanks), it feels as though the edges are rounded off. Could do with a bit more tension. Slightly savoury character to the fruit on the finish. Enjoyable but doesn't quite have the nuance and delicate mineral touch of some of the best examples.