The aroma is expansive and penetrating. Oak and citrus and toast and nuttiness are all
beginning to knit together into an aromatically expressive whole. The minerality and Meyer
lemon top notes are a strong hint of what’s to come.
On the palate, the wine is an impressive mouthful; what the aroma leads you to expect, but
more. It is opulent and creamy, yet laced with an enlivening acid that seamlessly leads to a
crisp refreshing finish. All in all, this is a terrific wine for food as well as a delicious wine to
drink for its own sake.
Spends 10 months in 85% new French oak.