Are friends electric? Well, this wine is, including a full laser show. Lemon rind, bread dough, wheatgerm, aniseed, cinnamon and white peach. Intense, precise, so much crunch and energy, chalk dust, green olive and brine, searing long finish. Drink while wearing sunglasses, and little else. That’s how pure and cool it is.
95 points, The Wine Front (January 2020)
Light yellow colour. Lemon pith and mandarin-like aromas, the palate soft and restrained, open-knit and pleasant if a tad straightforward. It's young, but the style is lean and pared-back. Refreshing finish with lemony acidity. This has potential.
90 points, The Real Review (January 2020)
A blend of all three single vineyards comprising 60% Derwent Valley, 30% Tamar Valley and 10% East Coast. A good combo with the same intense precision and length but the flavours seem somewhat bolstered, a sum of its parts perhaps. Lemon drops and zest, lemon saline, aniseed and lovely creamy, ginger fluff flavours across the palate from the lees. The acidity is electric and lights this up.
95 points, Wine Companion (January 2020)