92 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2012
(14.8% alcohol): Pale yellow-gold. Assertively perfumed aromas of nectarine, tangerine, melon and smoky minerals, with an underlying spiciness. Rich and supple but lively, with impressively precise orchard fruit and floral flavors underscored by chalky minerality. Finishes broad, spicy and long, with lingering notes of honeydew and candied citrus fruits.
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