hint of biscotti/salted caramel on the nose (?) together with citrus peel and green plum, giving way to a super tight, focused grüner, lean and structured. Majoring on citrus and pear notes. Great definition, austere at this stage (bone dry on the finish) but one to age for sure. Exciting.
Ripe but airy, with some noticeable sweetness on the finish but its long and pretty balanced. And the fruit is bang on, ripe apple and pear with a hint of cream. Lacking the last word in elegance but forward and enjoyable.
Ripe and almost buttery on the nose. Gorgeous texture, silken and creamy with lifted citrus and balsamic notes. Full of minerals and salts which freshen up the finish. If this has seen oak, it’s beautifully done – there’s depth, harmony, tension, length and freshness. And still so young, it can only get better!
Very stony, hint of pineapple fruit and very subtle citrus notes. Fantastic focus and drive here – quite broad, but tight and balanced, tending towards the mineral rather than the fruit. Perhaps a little short though – and quite hot on the finish.
Spicy, creamy, super accessible and open but with real depth too – mineral, salty notes, lovely nuanced lime zest. Wonderful balance between zestiness, texture, attractive stalky peper note. Could this be the perfect GV? I think so!
Packed with fresh citrus notes and a spicy hint. Very lively, green apple and angelica on the nose. Youthful vigour and drive but with concentration too. Excellent balance, despite high alcohol this is really drinkable and enjoyable already. Refreshing light (or non-existent?) on the oak.